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Kabocha
Kabocha: Kabocha is a squash with a green-streaked rind and tender, sweet orange flesh. An average kabocha weighs two...
Juniper berries
Juniper berries: Familiar to most as the flavoring in gin, the blue-black berries of the evergreen juniper bush are...
Jerk seasoning
Jerk seasoning: Jerk seasoning is a spice blend originating from the Caribbean islands. The combination of chiles and...
Key limes
Key limes: Key limes are more fragrant, acidic and juicy than the common Persian lime found in U.S. markets. Look for...
Herbes de Provence
Herbes de Provence: Herbes de Provence is a mixture of dried herbs commonly used in the south of France. Find it with...
Hominy
Hominy: Hominy is white or yellow corn that has been treated with lime to remove the tough hull and germ. Dried, ground...
Jerk sauce
Jerk sauce: Prepared jerk sauce is a hot and spicy sauce used to marinade meat before grilling or roasting. It can be...
Grenadine
Grenadine: Grenadine is a sweet red syrup (originally flavored with pomegranate juice) used to color and flavor drinks...
Green papaya
Green papaya: An unripe green papaya is used as a vegetable in Asian soups or salads.
Grappa
Grappa: Grappa is an Italian spirit, distilled from the residue of grapes remaining in the wine press after the juice...
Fermented black beans
Fermented black beans: Fermented black beans, which are preserved in salt and flavored with ginger, are frequently used...
Five-spice powder
Five-spice powder: Often a blend of cinnamon, cloves, fennel seed, star anise and Szechuan peppercorns, five-spice...
Mache
Mâche: Mâche (“mosh”), also known as lamb’s lettuce or corn salad, is a tangy green that resembles watercress. Popular...
"Lite" coconut milk
“Lite” coconut milk: “Lite” coconut milk is unsweetened reduced-fat coconut milk that is lower in fat and calories and...
Liquid smoke
Liquid smoke: Liquid smoke is a naturally flavored product made by re-condensing steamy hardwood smoke. It can be found...
Lingonberries
Lingonberries: Lingonberries are small, red berries that have a flavor similar to cranberries. They can be found in...
Lime leaves
Lime leaves: Lime leaves (or makrut, Kaffir lime leaves or Thai lime leaves) lend one of the signature flavors to Thai...
Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi: Kohlrabi is a bulbous member of the cabbage family. Its bulb is either purple, white or green, with leafy...
Mexican chocolate
Mexican chocolate: Mexican chocolate is a distinctive mixture of dried toasted cacao, sugar and Mexican cinnamon. It is...
Lighter Bake
Lighter Bake: A blend of apples and prunes, Lighter Bake can be used as a substitute for fat in baked goods. Canned...
Lemongrass
Lemongrass: Lemongrass, essential to Thai and Vietnamese cooking, is an edible grass with bright lemon fragrance and...
Korean chili powder
Korean chili powder: Korean chili powder (gochu galu) is made from thin red peppers that are sun-dried on woven mats or...
Madeira
Madeira: Madeira, a fortified wine from the Portuguese island of Madeira, has a sweet, mellow flavor somewhat like...
Lavender flowers
Lavender flowers: Lavender flowers impart a delicate fragrance to desserts. You can find dried culinary lavender in...
Korean zucchini
Korean zucchini: Korean zucchini are rounder and lighter in color than the Italian varieties commonly available in U.S...
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