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$21.00 – $80.00
Some Health Benefits of Cashew Leaves and Bark include: Boosting immunity, Antifungal, Antiseptic and Antibacterial Properties, Control of Cancer, Diabetes Control and Prevention and Alleviates Heart Disease.
$18.00 – $32.00
What is Cinnamon? Cinnamon is a one of the oldest and most popular household herbs in use in Jamaica today. The herb is found in its powdered form in almost all kitchens across the island. Although cinnamon is well known and used as a spice it possesses a host of
Six Ounces This listing is for a blend of six flavored red Pepper that include: Thai Hot Pepper Marconi Red Pepper Jimmy Nardello's Pepper Georgia Flame Pepper Black Hungarian Pepper Cyklon Pepper This blend can be use in any cooking to offer that unique taste and flavor. Peppers are grown in our organic garden in sunny Jamaica and is
$21.00 – $42.00
Dried Crush Scotch Bonnet Pepper The Scotch Bonnet pepper is crush then put to dry, the pepper is sold both with the seeds and without the seeds, the pepper is hottest with the seeds. The Scotch Bonnet pepper mainly grown in Jamaica is conceder to be the hottest pepper on the
Island Spice Jamaican Jerk Seasoning Powder - 16 OZ. Ingredients Jamaican Pimento, Onion Chips, Garlic, Paprika, Ginger, Celery, Mustard, Crushed Pepper, Salt and Sugar
$16.00 – $52.00
This spice is indigenous to Jamaica and is belief to be one of the secret Ingredients in Kentucky Fried Chicken. This spice is used in Jamaican JERK CHICKEN, JERK PORK and most, if not all Jamaican recipes.How to use Jamaican PimentoFor the dry pimento, you just drop a few grains in your
$15.00 – $25.00
What is Jamaican Jerk Seasoning? Jamaican Jerk Seasoning is a combination of herbs and spices that is used primarily in the preparation of Jamaican-style jerk meat and grilled fish. There are also variations of the popular seasoning that can also be applied to shrimp, shellfish, sausage, beef and even vegetarian
$9.00 – $12.50
Plants are fragrant due to their essential oils, which vary between species but may include estragole, carvacrol, linalool, or limonene. The leaves of certain species, such as L. graveolens, can be used as a culinary herb similar to oregano.
To reduce fat, choose leaner cuts of meat and remove skinDIRECTIONS FOR USE: Sprinkle 1 tablespoons (10g) of MAGGI* SEASON-UP for every 454g (1 lb.) of meat or vegetable and work in thoroughly.