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Spice companies supply all varieties of spices to add flavor to foods and recipes. Distributors offer bulk quantities and varieties, making them useful for restaurant owners, food manufacturers and at home cooks. Here are some popular terms you might encounter when buying spices:

  • Seasoning - A blend of dried flavorings, including herbs, spices, seeds, salt and other additions. Seasoning blends may be designed for specific applications, such as poultry or pumpkin pies.
  • Herb - The leaves of a plant, used for their aromatic and flavor properties. Popular herbs, used both fresh and dried, include basil, oregano, rosemary and thyme.
  • Ground - Dried spices and herbs that are ground to a powder like consistency. Ground spices are often combined to create seasoning combinations and can easily be mixed into recipes.
  • Seeds - The whole seeds of plants, used for their pungent flavor. Common seed spices include coriander, dill, poppy and mustard. You can find all types of seed from spice companies.
  • Scoville Heat Scale - A system of rating the heat, or sensation of a chili pepper or spicy sauce.
  • Saffron - A spice derived from a crocus flower. It is is highly valued as a flavoring for dishes. Saffron is actually the stigma of the flower, making it somewhat rare and expensive.
  • Spice - The concentrated oils extracted from spices, including aniseed oil, chili oil and cinnamon oil, among others. Spice oils, when consisting of strong spices such as chili, can be much more spicy than the non-concentrated version.
  • Essential - Extracted oil from a plant that contains a strong concentration of its flavor and essence. These include citronella, basil and rose oils, among others.
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    Ray Bobs
    1655 Smith Rau Rd, Columbus, TX 78934
    (979) 732-3479
    R E O Spice & Seasonings
    644 Fm 980 Rd, Huntsville, TX 77320
    (936) 294-0222
    Southern Style Spices
    11105 Aus Tex Acres Ln, Manor, TX 78653
    (512) 272-5621
    India Gourmet Spices
    25701 Interstate 45 Ste 10, Spring, TX 77380
    (281) 419-3688
    Southland Spice Inc
    4634 Fm 2920 Rd, Spring, TX 77388
    (281) 651-9922
    Spice Distributors
    15533 Interstate 35, Pflugerville, TX 78660
    (512) 989-5590
    Texas Custom Spice Company LLC
    5267 Barker Cypress Rd Ste 600, Houston, TX 77084
    (281) 463-9491
    Consolidated Mills Inc
    7190 Brittmoore Rd Ste 150, Houston, TX 77041
    (713) 896-4196
    Flores Spices & Herbs
    12403 Veterans Memorial Dr Ste 9, Houston, TX 77014
    (281) 397-7866
    Red Triangle Gourmet Shop
    8503 Springdale Rd, Austin, TX 78754
    (512) 929-0603
    Kanshe Dayalu Enterprise
    12550 Whittington Dr Apt 1008, Houston, TX 77077
    (832) 486-9492
    Texas Spice Co
    2713 Sam Bass Rd, Round Rock, TX 78681
    (512) 260-1712
    Texas Spice General Store
    2709 Sam Bass Rd, Round Rock, TX 78681
    (512) 255-8816
    City General Store
    2605 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702
    (512) 474-6819
    Health Delite
    1021 7th St, Rosenberg, TX 77471
    (281) 341-1669

    Spices are aromatic seasonings and herbs taken from vegetables, flowers and plants. They have been used for centuries now to flavor and season all kinds of foods around the world. Many people typically keep a good selection of spices in their kitchen on a rack. These seasonings typically come in small jars and have labels that specify their exact ingredients. While some spices are completely organic, others are a compilation of ingredients and herbs that are not organic. As you may know, these food products commonly come in powder or flake forms. Most people use species to cook various dishes, and prepare all sorts of meats. Common grocery stores and supermarkets offer a grand array of scallion, sage, thyme, cinnamon, and black pepper products. While these plant extracts and herbs can be used as flavoring ingredients in gourmet dishes, they can also be simply sprinkled on burgers and salads to add flavor. Some jarred spices you may keep on your kitchen spice rack are saffron powder, cumin, rosemary, dill, and curry powder. Saffron and curry powders are both commonly used in Indian recipes and dishes. There are also unique spices like paprika, cloves, basil, and garlic seasoning. Paprika can be used on dishes like deviled eggs, while garlic and basil go great in Italian dishes. You will not have any difficulty learning more about seasoning powders, herbal extracts and spices. In fact, you can easily do so just by visiting the local supermarket or grocery store. These retail stores have a great variety of flavorings for cooking and spice ingredients to examine.
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