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Spirulina Ice Cream

Spirulina Ice Cream

Recipe type: Desserts
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Six Taste Tacos

Six Taste Tacos

Recipe type: Burgers Tacos and Sandwiches
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Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries

Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries

Recipe type: Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
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Spirulina Ice Cream
Desserts

Spirulina Ice Cream

Spirulina Ice Cream

This refreshing frozen treat stars Spirulina, a blue-green algae considered to be a superfood. Both swirled and garnished with Sweet Furikake Seasoning, this no-churn ice cream delivers sweet, earthy and umami-forward flavors with every creamy bite. Explore

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Ingredients
Recipe type: Desserts
Spirulina Ice Cream Seeds
Six Taste Tacos
Burgers Tacos and Sandwiches

Six Taste Tacos

Six Taste Tacos

Seasoned with Six Taste Spice Blend - sweet (coriander), sour (lemon), salty (sea salt), bitter (cumin), astringent (turmeric) and pungent (ginger) - the hearty grain and veggie filling in these vegan tacos serves as a great base for grain and broth bowls too. Explore

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Ingredients
  • 6 cups Water
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/2 cup Farro, uncooked
  • 1/2 cup Chana Dal (dried split chick peas), uncooked
  • 1 tablespoon Vegetable Oil
  • 2 cups Sweet Potato, 1/2" dice
  • 1 cup Red Bell Pepper, 1/2" dice
  • 1/4 cup Vegetable Oil
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Recipe type: Burgers Tacos and Sandwiches
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Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries
Snacks

Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries

Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries

A play on Indian street food, these loaded fries get dressed up with the irresistible flavor of a Masala Shikani (Indian Lemonade) inspired citrus chaat seasoning. Explore

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Ingredients
Recipe type: Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Chaat & Lemon Loaded Fries Spice
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Turmeric:
Did You Know?

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Turmeric Plant
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Fun Fact #1

Turmeric is part of the ginger family, which explains the similar aroma and look of the root.
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Fun Fact #2

Turmeric has a pungent, slightly bitter flavor—a mix between ginger and pepper
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Fun Fact #3

Turmeric is named for where it is exported from, and also classified by the percentage of its main active ingredient, curcumin.
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Fun Fact #4

From India, there is Madras Finger Turmeric and Alleppey Finger Turmeric. Alleppey turmeric generally has a higher level or curcumin.
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Fun Fact #5

We source Alleppey turmeric, with bright yellow color and deep flavor.
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Fun Fact #6

Alleppey turmeric needs a tropical climate, like the regions of Kerala and Orissa where it is typically grown.
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Fun Fact #7

To process turmeric once it has been harvested, the rhizome (root) needs to be boiled, dried, and then polished to bring out the intense color of turmeric and help preserve the curcumin levels.
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Fun Fact #8

In medieval Europe, turmeric became known as Indian saffron because of the similar coloring properties, and has long been a common substitute.
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Fun Fact #9

Turmeric has been used as a spice and medicinal herb for thousands of years.
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Fun Fact #10

Scientific evidence has been building around the potential health benefits of curcumin, a compound in turmeric.

OUR TURMERIC SOURCING STORY

  1. We have sourced from our partner in India for over 20 years
  2. We source Alleppey turmeric
  3. Most of our turmeric comes from the Kerala and Orissa regions
  4. Turmeric is planted once per year, typically in May or June
  5. Grows for about 8 months on average before harvest
  6. Direct supply chain from source location to grinding and bottling
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Sourcing

MCCORMICK SOURCES TURMERIC FROM INDIA Sourcing Map


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