This sweet and savory blend is a must have for homemade picklers! Over 10 cut spices and whole berries and seeds are combined to perfectly compliment any refrigerator or canned pickled fruit or vegetable recipe. Salt-free.
Available in retail bottle or bulk refill.
- Piper longum
- Origin: India
For hundreds of years, long pepper has been employed as a spice in Mediterranean, African, and Asian cooking. It is a notable ingredient in various Indian spice blends and has been historically used in Ayurvedic herbal formulations for its beneficial properties. Similar to black pepper, Piper longum imparts a spicy, earthy flavor to curries, pickles, sauces, and fresh fruit.
- Piper nigrum
- Origin: Sri Lanka
Peppercorns are the fruits of _ Piper nigrum_, an evergreen climbing vine that is native to southwestern India. Black, white, and green peppercorns all come from the same plant, but are differentiated in taste and color based on harvest times and processing methods. The green peppercorn is picked unripe and then freeze dried to capture its green color and unique flavor. Our organic, fair trade green pepper has a fresh, piquant flavor and is delicious in marinades and pickling spice blends.
Mustard Seed, Brown
- Brassica nigra
- Origin: Canada
A member of the mustard and cabbage family, brown mustard (Brassica juncea) is cultivated worldwide for its vegetative leaves and pungent, spicy seeds. Brown mustard seeds are used in cooking, body care recipes, and also pressed for their oil. Brown mustard seed is often preferred when making whole grain and coarse varieties of mustard and can also be added to pickling recipes and herbal foot baths.
- Brassica juncea
- Origin: India
- 1 lb.
Brassica juncea is cultivated worldwide for its vegetative leaves and spicy seeds. A member of the mustard and cabbage family, brown mustard seed is often employed in culinary recipes and can also be found in topical body care creations. Our clearance brown mustard seeds are organic and make a pungent addition to homemade whole grain mustard, pickling recipes, and even herbal baths.