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The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace, Ground, 1.6 oz. jar

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Product Description

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is a warm, aromatic spice used in both sweet and savory dishes. Ground from the red, lacy outer coating of whole nutmegs, mace imparts a spicy, sweet flavor that is more intense and pungent than nutmeg’s flavor. Use in desserts, soufflés, French toast, preserves, béchamel sauce, clear soups, stews, and meat dishes.

What is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace like?

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is an aromatic spice that has a warm, sweet, and slightly spicy flavor. Its flavor is similar to nutmeg’s, but more intense.

How many ounces is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace?

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is 1.6 ounces.

How is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace packaged?

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is packaged in a glass jar with a plastic screw-top cap. Beneath the cap, a removable shaker top with holes allows for small shakes of product. Remove the top to scoop larger amounts of the blend or pour freely. All of The Spice Hunter products are vacuum-sealed for consumer safety and to preserve freshness.

How long will The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace last after opening?

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace will retain optimal flavor for 24 months, after which time the product will remain safe to use but may lose its potency.

How should I store The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace?

Store The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace in a cool, dark, and dry place to prevent discoloration, clumping, and loss of flavor.

How should I cook with mace?

It’s best to add mace toward the end of cooking, as the flavor can diminish if it’s cooked too long.

What are some recipe usage suggestions for The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace?

Mace complements cream sauces and custards. Use in desserts and soufflés. Sprinkle on fruit or French toast. Use to elevate flavor in soups, stews, and curries.

How is mace typically used?

While mace, like nutmeg, can be used in sweet dishes, this spice really shines in savory dishes. It’s often used to flavor soups, stews, and meat dishes, and is a common ingredient in Indian cuisine.

Where is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace from?

The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is sourced from optimal growing regions in the East Indies and undergoes strict scrutiny to ensure it meets The Spice Hunter’s high standards of quality.

Is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace Non-GMO Project Verified?

Yes, The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is Non-GMO Project Verified.

Is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace Certified Kosher?

Yes, The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is Certified Kosher.

Is The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace nut-free?

Yes, The Spice Hunter East Indies Mace is produced in a nut-free facility and is safe for individuals with nut allergies to consume.

Certified Kosher
Sourced with highest quality standards from the East Indies
Warm, sweet, and slightly spicy flavor, similar to nutmeg but with a more intense flavor
Try in desserts, custards and soups, sauces, and meat dishes

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