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Seed Vs. Ground Option

February 4, 2017

There’s a quandary as old as cooking itself concerning spices. Seed or ground?

Spice Seeds
Some of my favorite foods contain while seeds, such as lemon poppy seed muffins and sesame crusted tuna, However, the vast majority of recipes call for ground spices.
Marshall’s Creek Spices is committed to offering a wide selection for all dishes. Even if you don’t use the whole seed, experienced cooks stock up because they stay fresher and retain a stronger flavor for longer, and can easily be ground as needed.

Some of our fresh, natural seeds are:

Anise Seed

Anise Star

Annatto Seed

Caraway Seed

Cardamon Seed

Celery Seed

Coriander Seed

Cumin Seed

Dill Seed

Fennel Seed

Flax Seed

Mustard Seed

Black Mustard Seed

Nigella, or Black Cumin, Seed

Poppy Seed

(view Lemon Poppy Seed poundcake recipe)

Sesame Seed

Sunflower Seed

The Indian potato mustard seed recipe is a perfect example of utilizing un-ground spices, and also uses whole coriander and whole cumin.


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