What spices are in pickling spices for German Pot Roast?
Habanero from Mexico is the spiciest chile. According to the Scoville scale, JalapeÃ±o scores 2,500 to 10,000. Habanero scores 80,000 to 300,000 ------------------- The Guinness book of records states that the hottest pepper is the Bhut Jolokia from India. It has a Scoville rating of 1,001,3…04. ------------------------------------------------------------- The spicyest thing is pure capsaicin, with a scoville rating of 15,500,000 . ( Full Answer )
bay leaves . alum *coriander *cumin *cloves *fennel *dried hot peppers *mustard *peppercorns Roasted Fenugreek seeds powder also
Technically, the Spice Girls (briefly named 'Touch') became aband in February 1994, but Michelle Stephenson was in the banduntil that September (she left because she wanted to go touniversity. A choice she claims to this day that she doesn'tregret...), which is when Emma came on board. They are: Bab…y (EmmaLee Bunton), Ginger (Geraldine Estelle Halliwell), Sporty (MelanieJayne Chisholm), Posh (Victoria Jane Addams), and Scary (MelanieJanine Brown) . Geri left the group in1998. (And it all went downhill from there for the group) Each ofthe five women has pursued a solo career to various degrees, withMelanie C being far and away the most successful in soloventures. ( Full Answer )
CORIANDER The strong tasting coriander seeds have many medicinal uses that even date back as far as 3000 years ago. Coriander is used for: poor circulation, water retention, colic, diarrhoea, nausea, spasms, headaches, nervous tension, exhaustion and neuralgia. In the old days, a mixture of corian…der, cumin and vinegar was used to preserve meats. Today it is still used in the preparation of boerewors and biltong. Coriander was also added to love potions, due to its legendary properties as an aphrodisiac. Coriander seeds can add their medicinal qualities and a distinctively refreshing and pungent flavour to herb tea, curries, chutney, pickles, bread, fish, soups and even marmalade or milk puddings. The flavour can be enhanced by first crushing the seeds with a pestle, or a hammer. You can also buy coriander powder, called Koljana. www.naturefresh.co.za/Health%20Topics/natural_remedies/top_ten_spices.htm - 14k - ( Full Answer )
Spices are minerals or produce of roots, seeds or fruit ofplants, used to colour or flavour dishes. Herbs are generally usedto the same effect, but are made from fresh or dried leaves andflowers. . Some examples for spices are cinnamon (bark), pepper (seed),salt (mineral), nutmeg (fruit). Example…s for herbs include oregano(leaves) and lavender (flowers). Note the division between spices and herbs isn't always clear.Lavender flowers are used as a herb, but cloves or safran, bothparts of flowers, are considered spices. Spice is a flavoring that is added to food to enhance it's naturalflavor. Spices can be used in everything from cake to meat. ( Full Answer )
I wouldn't put butter on a roast. Waste of butter, but if that's what you want to do, before. Try to rub it on after, and you'll only rub off most of the spices and just wind up with a big mess.
the spices are sporty (Melanie Chisholm) scary (Melanie brown) baby (Emma Bunton) posh (Victoria Beckham) and ginger (Geri Halliwell)
Lebanese Cuisine by Anissa Helou says that Seven Spices is a mixture of black and white pepper, allspice, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and coriander; but cautions that there are regional and familial differences. . Note: Second House Spices uses the same blend as above.. Finally, ABIDO seven spice…s contains piment (allspice), black pepper, cinnamon, mahlab (sour cherry seeds), ginger, cloves, and nutmeg. ( Full Answer )
There's this spice called Mojoram that makes you calm so I would say it is a depressant but it's pretty sweet after the second blunt you start gettin munchies and stuff like u would on weed and after the third you thoughts take off and u can't remember much the downside is it has a strong smell like… weed and it takes like 3 blunts for full effect ( Full Answer )
Salt is mostly known as a mineral. Some people say that salt is a mineral and not a spice. In actuality salt can be used to flavor food; therefore it is indeed also a spice. Hope this helps to answer your question. :)
Nutmeg is just a spice. The kind that is sold in grocery stores is grated nutmeg.You can find whole nutmegs in specialty stores and grate them yourself.
Spices range across all price points. Some are readily available and therefore very cheap but others can be as costly as gold.
Ebony is not actually a spice, It is the wood dark wood off a tropical tree. It is expensive and valuable. It is also Greek. It is a very cute name, too.
A range of spices are commonly added to food during cooking to addand improve flavor. Types of spices include cinnamon, saffron,nutmeg, ginger, chili and garlic.
Thyme, cinammon, nutmeg, oregano, pickling spice, caraway, basil, parsley, savory, dill weed, rosemary, and majoram.
Traditionally most spices such as nutmeg, saffron etc come dried, so freezing offers little extra preservation. You'll just have frozen dried powders. Fresher ingredients for flavouring like herbs can be frozen.
it says in the bible that incense is made of gum resin, onycha and galbanum, and pure frankincense, all in equal amounts.
Italian Spice is really a mixture of herbs including parsley, oregano, thyme, sage, rosemary, sweet basil & marjoram.
The name "spice boys" was applied to underachieving "playboy" types on the Liverpool Football team in the 1990's. The usual players given the uncomplimentary tag were Jamie Redknapp, David James, Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler, Stan Collymore and Jason McAteer. However, by association the term was… sometimes applied to other players such as Neil Ruddock, Phil Babb, Rob Jones, Paul Ince and Jamie Carragher. The name "spice boy" has been applied generically to football players who demonstrate one or more of the perceived faults of these players. ( Full Answer )
Barring an allergy, all herbs and spices are good for you in moderate amounts. They enhance the flavours of the foods we eat, stimulate our appetites, and many of them have medicinal benefits as well.
During and after World War 2, the Germans of Jewish descent fledGermany for freedom. In the 19th century, The Frank Tea and Spicecompany created specific teas and condiments.
The blend varies according to the maker, but consists of various combinations of allspice, bay leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, ginger, mustard seeds or peppercorns.
I was looking for this answer and found the following information. . Pickling spices are a blend of spices that can include allspice but might also have other spices such as bay leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, ginger, mustard seeds and peppercorns. . I found that Recipes that ca…ll for pickling spices usually do not have all these other ingredients since the pickling spice includes them. If the recipe calls for allspice then you might also see other spices like cloves, peppercorns, bay leaves, etc.. ( Full Answer )
To pickle beetroot :- Make a spiced vinegar as follows - 1 quart of vinegar, 1/2 ounce peppercorns, 8 cloves, 1ounce sugar, Bring to the boil for a few minutes, pour over the cooked beetroot in the jars and close lids immediately.
Many Spices and even fruits are used when infusing Rum. Although the most popular are: Vanilla Bean, Cinnamon, Clove, All Spice, Pepper (Black mainly), Ginger, Wormwood, Fennel, Liquorice, Anise, Juniper, Coffee, sometimes even Cocoa... Those are listed from most to least popular... Sometimes even C…ayenne or another type of "hot" pepper... Bacardi is known for using Banana and Apple among other ingredients in their fermentation process to give it additional flavor... ( Full Answer )
there are wide of da spices are used in cooking n they have medicinal uses too. to mention few: ouvma: is good for jeera:is good for gastric probs used in cooking, ppl in south India prepare jeera rice in special ocasions coriender seed:to prepare fish curry or any other curry.soked seed put i…n tine cloth n kept over da eye cools ur eyes. nutmeg:good to cure da stomach pain specially for small kid colves:used in cooking n good for toothache. blackpepper seeds:paste of blackpepper seeds applied over da body where dar is sever pain it gets rid of it.(back pain,thigh or leg ur hands)" not to applie on wounds". there are many i mentioned very few of dem.n all these species are used in cooking. thk u ( Full Answer )
There are many interesting facts about chilli. Chillies have many beneficial values. Unlike, general belief that chilli is bad for stomach, the truth is completely... vice versa. Chilli is good for digestion and has been used in Indian ayurvedic medicines to cure disease. When eaten, you will experi…ence sweating, runny nose hard to breathe, and hiccups. Despite this, people want to spice up their food with chilli. Why? Because chilli is addictive. When you intake chilli, the capsaicin present in the chilli will make the brain produce endorphins, a natural painkiller ( Full Answer )
Spice IS NOT marijuana! The only reason the effects feel similar is targets endocannabinoid receptors in the body much like marijuana does, with the active ingredient JWH-018. However, spice is NOT a naturally-occurring substance like THC found in weed. In fact, while marijuana is relatively safe, l…egal spice is a dangerous substitute and has been outlawed in five states and several other countries. It can cause inflammatory pain, skin pain, severe panic attacks and hallucinations, and even seizures. People have even been reported to have killed themselves due to the nasty side effects spice induces, such as extreme depression and pain. (Marijuana has never been reported to kill anyone.) ( Full Answer )
if its the spice as in synthetic marijuana yes becuase its sprayed down with a chemical called JWH-018. JWH-018 ( 1-pentyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole ) or AM-678  is an analgesic chemical from the naphthoylindole family that acts as a full agonist at both the CB 1 and CB 2 cannabinoid re…ceptors, with some selectivity for CB 2 . It produces effects in animals similar to those of THC , a cannabinoid naturally present in cannabis, leading to its use in synthetic cannabis products such as "legal cannabis herbal incense blends" which in some countries are sold legally as "incense", labeled "not for human consumption."      ( Full Answer )
It's an incense blend of various natural herbs along combined with either JWC-018 or RCS-4 (depending on the scent). These are synthetic cannabinoid like chemicals that, when misused by smoking, produce effects similar to THC. Synthetic Cannabinoids have been shown to not be carcinogenic, unlike mar…ijuana and tobacco. Medicinal use is very promising, with synthetic cannabinoids showing the potential to reduce tumor size, and even help alcoholics and opiate users recover from addiction. RCS-4 is currently involved in underground researched for Alzheimer's, dementia, generalized anxiety disorder, depression, ADD, ADHD and other conditions. ( Full Answer )
Yes, because they used to buy them from countries like East India and Italy I hope this helps
They make you pretty high. Just as much high as actual weed.yes this is true but it is fake weed and yu will have to be prepared to smoke tons of the stuff supposed to not mix with tabbaco to gt any kind of high i have heard they give you bad headaches after to and the chemicals in thm are more toxi…c the cannabis and most have not had the dangers and effects researched yet sorry it taste like hose manure to lol disgusting ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ alrighty all of this is wrong, i am very educated in this drug ( my buddy owns a couple head shops and makes the stuff) you have to smoke about 1/4 the amount of bud you'd have to smoke to get high it cost half as much, Does not taste bad ( does not have any taste whatsoever if you can taste it Dont smoke it) if you get headaches its only cause your dehydrated ( you'd get the headache from weed too) the chems have not been proven to me toxic. visa versa tho, but ive been smoking it for years, i am in peak physical fitness ( Full Answer )
Spices and herbs only serve to enhance the taste of food. They do not serve any other role in cooking - i.e they do not change how food cooks.
Do you mean apple pie spice? If so apple pie spice is a spice made out of this. Ground Cinnamon, Ground Cardamom and Ground Nutmeg.
Spice or K2 is an incense that mimics the effects of marijuana, it isn't good it gets you high for like 30 minutes and then you have the biggest headache of your life. If you want to get high just smoke weed smoking spice is very bad for you, your not smoking a plant, your smoking the chamicals …that the plant is laced with. the chemicals used in the drug have not been tested much, so you dont really know what you are consuming. for all we know, whoever consumes a certain type of spice can get cancer in 5 years, it could highten the risk of diseases you get when your older, and other things like that. my personal experience with it was not fun, i can tell you: Not a good thing to me at all. i started smoking a bowl, and i could only handle 3 hits. The effects hit almost right away and at first it was very enjoyable, but soon after I felt an extreme paranoia creep over me. I then closed the doors and shut out the lights. I felt as if I were pulled into a world of cubical objects, and my vision was pixilated to the point where I could only see 5 or 6 sections of what was in front of me. I found myself visually narrating what I was doing, it made me feel very paranoid and I didn't quite know what I was doing. I didn't know how to control myself and yet I kept going. It wasn't that bad at first only because I gave myself a task that involved physical movement. After which I laid down and attempted to use my laptop, I was not able to function enough to know what to do, let alone keep an idea in my head for more than a few seconds. My vision started warping and I got really confused and my stomach started to hurt really bad so I laid my head down and covered myself with my blanket and attempted to sleep, I was unsuccessful at that and I tried to comprehend what I was doing, I felt like I wasn't real , like I was s ome sort of program in this world, like I had no meaning and that I had no difference in the world, that I wasn't a difference in this world or to anybody. I had significant trouble breathing, and often incorporated my short breaths with a beat that I thought meshed with what I was thinking. I was panicking , and for a while I thought I wouldn't live through this experience , I have heard stories about people going to the hospital and even killing themselves while under the influence of this drug. My mind was spinning most of the time, and I remember reciting long sentences and paragraphs that made perfect sense at the time , but I don't think that any sober person listening to it would have understood. It felt as if I was thinking in a different language, and for a moment I didn't even understand what I was saying. I started shaking violently and convulsing, like I was having a seizure and that seemed to last for about 15 minutes. When I realized that I had stopped breathing for a prolonged amount of time , I took a deep breath and moved positions, where my lungs would feel more open. I felt a rush to my head and I could breathe easier. I remember repeating in my head that I needed to breathe, I had to remind myself or I would forget. I remember looking around my room, to see if I could look at an object and know its history, how I got it, just to make me feel like I wasn't just another object, like I had meaning. I noticed that all of the colors in my room had bumped up a notch and everything seemed so melancholic and solemn . I started to regain sense of reality and I played a familiar song in my head, it seemed to calm me down, so I turned around and played music from my laptop, this time I could comprehend what was actually happening. I laid there listening to the music and I let myself calm down, I may have drifted off to sleep at one point, I'm not quite sure though. I remember getting up to get some food and having to rush back to bed with sudden yet extreme nausea. After maybe 15 minutes my stomach had calmed down but for some reason I felt like eating more food would help me feel better, so I went to the kitchen, using the couch in the living room as a rest point. I ate a bowl of cereal in my bed, and then removed the blanket from my window so I could see outside. At that point most of the effect of the high had worn off but I was still a little uncomfortable. That for the most part is my basic experience with spice after only three hits. I don't quite remember what the specific product was called, but I had tried it a few times before and it hadn't been this extreme. I know I will most likely never be doing it again , it was just a bad experience and it caused me a lot of mental trouble. A couple nights before, I had tried only one hit of spice and it wasn't quite as extreme, but still uncomfortable. I was with 4 other people. Only 3 of us hit the bowl but I seemed to have taken the largest rip. Its effects hit me right away as well, and I sat criss crossed on the ground facing the others. I turned my head towards the T.V. and I began to feel frightened, I had never been that high before. I was fidgeting and shaking, I didn't quite know how to handle it, and I just knew it wasn't a good feeling. I couldn't fake a smile and I couldn't talk, my speech function had ceased to work. After a while the awkward silence ensued, and we all got up to leave. I didn't want anyone to know how high I was and I noticed I was constantly moving so I put my hands in my pocket. When it came time to leave the apartment I didn't know if I was even able to walk, but I did. I found myself not knowing where we were going, my vision could be compared to the pixilated vision one gets when they breathe in too much helium. I remember having to grab on to my surroundings to keep myself up. It seemed like a cartoon, the outer edges of my vision was like the black and white little dots that pop up on a TV screen when there is no picture, it felt like I was the eyes of a character in a video game but I couldn't control what was going on, it was like my body already knew what to do. We then got into the car, I was extremely quiet and when they would bring me into the conversation I just nodded and laughed like I knew what they were talking about, and I let the high wear off. When I got home I needed to read something, so I decided to read the great Gatsby, as I vigorously took notes on f Scott Fitzgerald's writing, like I knew what he meant, like I was in his mind. For about an hour or so I sat on the couch trying to contemplate what had just happened, and why it affected me most the time, when I had done it 3 times before on that very same day. Over all it was most definitely NOT a good time, and all I wanted were answers, and so I vowed to try it only one more time, so I knew to observe what was going on, all though the next time I still wasn't able to tell what was going on the majority of the time. ( Full Answer )
Galaga used as "spice" is the ground root of the Galaga Ginger Plant, a species of ginger known in Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia. It is used as an herbal remedy (tea) and as a flavoring in meat and vegetable curries served over rice, such as the famous Panang Curry w…hich takes it's name from a city-island off the cost of Malaysia. Usually galaga is ground into a paste or powder and incorporated into the more complex curry paste, which may contain a number of other ingredients such as chili, turmeric root, dry shrimp, lemon grass, garlic and other spices. ( Full Answer )
Nutmeg is a spice, the nutmeg seed grows with a red lace covering, this is a spice called Mace.
(in the US) only insofar as it pertains to the purity and safety of the product being sold.
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5 spice comprises of following 5 spices fennel, cloves, and cinnamon, along with star anise and Szechuan peppercorns.
Jamaica is most famous for jerk seasoning, which typically includes scallions, ginger, thyme, garlic, cinnamon, peppercorns, nutmeg, allspice ("pimento") and, of course, Scotch Bonnet peppers. Those ingredients are found, in varying proportions, in other Jamaican dishes, as well. Technically, of co…urse, those are not all spices. Scotch Bonnets are a fruit, scallions and garlic are considered vegetables and thyme is an herb. Jamaican cuisine sometimes uses turmeric, which is also a spice. You might notice that ginger, turmeric and cinnamon are spices often found in South Asian cuisines--this is not a coincidence, but a result of Jamaican history. Allspice , which is invariably called "pimento" in Jamaica (and nowhere else), has nothing at all to do with the mild red peppers called pimentos everywhere else in the world. Allspice is a dried berry that is native to the Caribbean and is the single spice that is the most important and characteristic flavor of Jamaican cuisine. ( Full Answer )
After smoking spice, when the chemicals are released into the bloodstream, the chemicals from the spice constrict the blood vessels and limit blood flow to the brain and other parts of the body, this can later lead to headaches, nausea and depending on how you react to your high, paranoia. Some inci…dents involving seizures have been reported because of the lack of blood flow to the brain. ( Full Answer )
Words of 1 syllable : diced, iced, priced, riced, sliced, spliced,heist, Christ Words of 2 syllables: enticed, sufficed Longer words: sacrificed, overpriced
Generally the havdalah spice is clove or myrtle, but any sweet smelling spice can be used.
No. Allspice is the same as pimentoberry. The ground spice is used in both savory and sweet dishes. Pickling spice is a blend of different spices, which can include allspice.
Yes, cardamom is a spice. A spice is plant matter (usually dried) used to season or flavour food. The spice cardamom is the dried seed pod of the plant and has two varieties. In Indian cooking, both green (called "green") and mature (called "black") are used. Oftentimes these are used whole or cr…ushed. In western cooking, only the ground seeds contained within the green pods are used. ( Full Answer )
Some spices need time to evolve their flavors (ripen, dry, etc) and some can be used fresh. Often in a different state of preparation, it can be called something else, another form of the spice.
She was born Victoria Jane Addams, (born in Hertfordshire, England i believe) in 1974, and married footballer David Beckham (Manchester United) in 1998. She is now one of the most photographed women in the world, and both she and her husband (referred to as Posh and Becks) are mega-celebrities in th…e UK, even though the Spice Girls officially called it quits in 2001. (I don't advise listening to her solo work. It's a good bit awful.) ( Full Answer )
There are many different spices to use for a crock pot chicken depending on the cooker's taste of food. Some common spices in crock pot chicken recipes are: sea salt, paprika, cayenne, white pepper, poultry seasoning, and garlic powder.
No. Spice is a mixture of random dangerous chemicals. Spice kills allot of people, THC has never killed anyone in history.