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Whether you're creating your own custom blend or looking for a specific spice to enhance the flavor of your meal, our high quality spices will take your meal from everyday to gourmet.  With over one hundred whole spice varieties,  there's something for every baker, chef, cook or beginner!  For your convenience, you may also bring your empty jars into our store and we will refill them for you.
Please note that due to variance in each crop, the color and texture may slightly vary over time.

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Cilantro Leaf

Native to western Asia, cilantro is the herb used most frequently in the world. Also known as “Chinese parsley,” you will find it in Chinese, Indian, Egyptian, Mediterranean, and Mexican cooking. Its distinctive flavor makes it a perfect match for highly spiced foods. Great in salsas, salads, soups, and stews, as well as chutney and stir-fried dishes.
$3.49

Cinnamon Saigon 4% Oil

Native to Vietnam, Saigon Cinnamon is the highest quality of Cassia Cinnamon. Cassia Cinnamon is bold and flavorful, with a rich color. Cinnamon is used in both sweet and savory dishes. We recommend our 4% oil for everyday use. Try it on oatmeal, baked goods and cinnamon rolls. If you love cinnamon, check out our 5% oil for a stronger flavor!
$2.59

Cinnamon Saigon 5% Oil

Native to Vietnam, Saigon Cinnamon is the highest quality of Cassia Cinnamon. Cassia Cinnamon is bold and flavorful, with a rich color. Cinnamon is used in both sweet and savory dishes. We recommend our 5% Oil for very strongly seasoned dishes, or simply cut back what the recipe calls for by 1/3.
$2.99

Cinnamon Sticks 10"

Cassia cinnamon has a smooth flavor. It’s wonderful for desserts, oatmeal, tea, or used in savory dishes. The cinnamon sticks can be used whole, coarse ground in a mortar and pestle, or fine ground by a grater. When used whole, they’re perfect for stirring in coffee and tea, or for craft use. For a full release of flavor, snap the cinnamon stick in half prior to use.
$2.29

Cinnamon Sticks 2.75"

Indonesia is the largest producer of Cassia cinnamon for export. It has a very smooth flavor, and is one of the more common types of cinnamon, sometimes referred to as Korintje Cinnamon. Cinnamon is used in both sweet and savory dishes. Can be whole, coarse ground in a mortar and pestle, or fine ground by a grater. Used whole, they’re perfect for stirring in coffee and tea, or for craft use.
$3.99

Cinnamon Sticks 6"

Cassia cinnamon has a smooth flavor. It’s wonderful for desserts, oatmeal, tea, or used in savory dishes. The cinnamon sticks can be used whole, coarse ground in a mortar and pestle, or fine ground by a grater. When used whole, they’re perfect for stirring in coffee and tea, or for craft use. For a full release of flavor, snap the cinnamon stick in half prior to use.
$2.99

Cloves

Native to the Spice Islands, cloves are considered one of the world’s most important spices. They are sun dried, unopened flower bud of a small tropical evergreen tree. They are reddish-brown in color and their name is derived from clocus which is the Latin word for “nail.” Used in sweet and savory dishes. Ground cloves are perfect for baked goods. Also used in desserts, cakes, pies, custards, and liqueurs.
$3.49

Cloves Ground

Native to the Spice Islands, cloves are considered one of the world’s most important spices. They are sun dried, unopened flower bud of a small tropical evergreen tree. They are reddish-brown in color and their name is derived from clocus which is the Latin word for “nail.” Used in sweet and savory dishes. Ground cloves are perfect for baked goods. Also used in desserts, cakes, pies, custards, and liqueurs.
$2.99

Cocoa Powder Dutch Processed

Cocoa powder is made by extracting cocoa butter (fat) from ground cocoa beans. Our cocoa powder is extremely high quality, with 20-21% butterfat content. “Dutch Processed” cocoa powder has been treated with an alkalizing agent, making it non-reactive with baking soda. The result is a cocoa powder with lower acidity, more solubility, richer color, and a smoother flavor. The ideal choice for any chocolate baking. Its rich color and smooth consistency makes it perfect for chocolate frostings, ice creams, rolling truffles, or chocolate dusting and garnishing.
$3.49

Coriander Seed

Coriander is native to the Mediterranean. The seed of the same plant that gives us cilantro, coriander has a sweet, spicy, and woody aroma, with a mild sweet taste that contains a hint of orange and citrus. Coriander is used to season foods that cook longer than an hour. It enhances chili, curry dishes, roasts and breads. It is one of the main ingredients in curry and garam masala. Use it in stews, sausages, and for pickling.
$2.29

Coriander Seed Cracked

Coriander is native to the Mediterranean. The seed of the same plant that gives us cilantro, coriander has a sweet, spicy, and woody aroma, with a mild sweet taste that contains a hint of orange and citrus. Coriander is used to season foods that cook longer than an hour. It enhances chili, curry dishes, roasts and breads. It is one of the main ingredients in curry and garam masala. Use it in stews, sausages, and for pickling.
$1.99

Coriander Seed Ground

Coriander is native to the Mediterranean. The seed of the same plant that gives us cilantro, coriander has a sweet, spicy, and woody aroma, with a mild sweet taste that contains a hint of orange and citrus. Coriander is used to season foods that cook longer than an hour. It enhances chili, curry dishes, roasts and breads. It is one of the main ingredients in curry and garam masala. Use it in stews, sausages, and for pickling.
$1.99

Cumin Seed

Cumin is also called comino, and is often confused with caraway seed which is similar in shape. The smell of cumin is a combination of strong, earthy, nutty flavors. It is used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican cuisines. Cumin is usually dry roasted in an oven to bring out its flavor. Essential to good chili. It is a main ingredient in curries and garam masala, and is also used for meat and vegetable dishes and stews.
$2.29

Cumin Seed Ground

Cumin is also called comino, and is often confused with caraway seed which is similar in shape. The smell of cumin is a combination of strong, earthy, nutty flavors. It is used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mexican cuisines. Cumin is usually dry roasted in an oven to bring out its flavor. Essential to good chili. It is a main ingredient in curries and garam masala, and is also used for meat and vegetable dishes and stews.
$2.29

Dill Seed

The name dill comes from the word dilla, which means to “lull.” First century Romans thought it was a symbol of good luck. Dill is native to the Mediterranean and Southern Russia. Use dill seeds in pickling, cream sauces, fish, dressings for salad, vegetable soups and bread.
$1.99

Dill Weed

Dill weed’s flavor is light and sweet. Along with its bright green color, it makes a perfect addition to any dish with a white sauce. The dill herb is popular in Greek, German and Turkish cultures. Widely used in potato salad, fresh vegetable dip, mushrooms, spinach, chicken, fish, lamb, egg, dressings, sauces soups and bread!
$3.49

Fennel Seed

One of the oldest cultivated plants known to man, fennel dates back to the Chinese and Hindus who used it as a cure for snake bites. In Italy, to “give fennel” meant to flatter someone. The flavor is light and sweet, similar to anise. Fennel seed is used in both sweet and savory foods. In Italy, whole Fennel seed is used to flavor sausage, and ground for use in liquors as well as tomato sauces of all kinds: especially for pizza & pasta.
$2.29

Fennel Seed Ground

One of the oldest cultivated plants known to man, fennel dates back to the Chinese and Hindus who used it as a cure for snake bites. In Italy, to “give fennel” meant to flatter someone. The flavor is light and sweet, similar to anise. Fennel seed is used in both sweet and savory foods. In Italy, whole Fennel seed is used to flavor sausage, and ground for use in liquors as well as tomato sauces of all kinds: especially for pizza & pasta.
$2.29

Fenugreek

Native to Western Asia and Europe, fenugreek has been cultivated for centuries primarily because it was thought to have healing virtues. An old fashioned Arabic greeting was, “May you tread in peace the soil where fenugreek grows.” Fenugreek adds rich flavor to vegetarian dishes that need a boost, and is traditional on marinated lamb for kabobs or gyros, and is delicious when added to beef stews. Fenugreek is also used in breads, Indian cuisine and for pickling.
$1.99

Fenugreek Ground

Native to Western Asia and Europe, fenugreek has been cultivated for centuries primarily because it was thought to have healing virtues. An old fashioned Arabic greeting was, “May you tread in peace the soil where fenugreek grows.” Fenugreek adds rich flavor to vegetarian dishes that need a boost, and is traditional on marinated lamb for kabobs or gyros, and is delicious when added to beef stews. Fenugreek is also used in breads, Indian cuisine and for pickling.
$1.99

Feta Cheese Powder

Our cheese powders are velvety smooth and rich in flavor. Cheese Powders are natural cheese, which has been dehydrated. Try our feta cheese powder as a sauce base, on popcorn, steamed vegetables, mushrooms, chicken, baked potatoes, pasta or cous cous. We love to blend it half and half with our Greek seasoning !
$2.79

Garlic Granules

Garlic is native to Asia and was one of the earliest cultivated herbs, although its early uses were mainly medical and magical. Garlic granules have a sweet pungent taste and an intense scent and can also be used as a substitute for garlic salt, especially for those watching their sodium intake. When used as a substitute for garlic powder, simply double the amount called for in the recipe.
$1.99

Garlic Granules Roasted

Garlic was one of the earliest cultivated herbs, but its early use was mainly medical and magical. Native to Asia, odds are you either love or hate garlic. Roasting garlic imparts a mild, nutty flavor. Ideally suited for sauces and salad dressings. Sprinkle on meat, fish, poultry, or vegetables. Use about 1/2 tsp. per pound.
$2.29

Garlic Minced

Garlic was one of the earliest cultivated herbs, but its early use was mainly medical and magical. Native to Asia, odds are you either love or hate garlic. Roasting garlic imparts a mild, nutty flavor that is ideally suited for gourmet sauces, seasoning blends and salad dressings. Try this as a direct replacement for regular dried garlic. Use 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. as substitute for one clove fresh garlic. Rehydrate using 1 part dried garlic and at least 4 parts water. For raw flavor, soak in cold water and refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
$1.99