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Vegetable Spices

Vegetables run the gamut when it comes to how they taste; some are sweet, some are bitter, some are mellow, or woodsy, or earthy. The best thing to take into consideration when seasoning vegetables is, what does the vegetable taste like on its own? Pair vegetables with sweet flavors against bitter, peppery herbs for contrast, or play one characteristic up to the hilt; woodsy mushrooms, for example, are terrific with piney Cracked Rosemary. We also have a large selection of ready-to-use Vegetable Seasonings, blended in small batches in our facility, that we think will make your next vegetable dish shine!

Aleppo Pepper
Aleppo Pepper
Aleppo peppers have a fruity, raisin-like flavor with an undertone of earthy cumin and lemony top notes.
Allspice Berries
Allspice Berries
Allspice Berries are smooth, round, mahogany brown, and emanate an intoxicating swirl of spicy black pepper, woodsy clove and cinnamon, and brisk ginger, with a tiny hint of licorice that peeks out
Amchur
Amchur
(am-CHOOR)
Black Pepper Coarse Grind
Black Pepper Coarse Grind
Black Pepper Coarse Grind is also called coarse ground pepper or, simply, coarse pepper.
Black Pepper Cracked
Black Pepper Cracked
The first thing you experience when you use Cracked Black Pepper is that warm rush of heat that hits at the back of the throat and travels from nose to mid-chest.
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Peppercorns set to a coarser grind, can impart big pepper flavor on food and while that is delicious, it can occasionally be too much.
Black Pepper Medium Grind
Black Pepper Medium Grind
Our Ground Black Pepper, Medium Grind, is pungent, earthy, and resinous, with a bit of woodsy pine and citrus that sneaks in.
Black Sesame Seeds
Black Sesame Seeds
One of the oldest seed spices known to man, Sesame seeds are thought to have originated in India or Africa. The first written record of sesame dates back to 3,000 BC.
California Garlic Powder
California Garlic Powder
Choose California Garlic Powder when you want garlic flavor with no texture or bulk.
California Granulated Garlic
California Granulated Garlic
Granulated Garlic, Allium sativum, is also called California granulated garlic, best granulated garlic, or garlic granule.
California Onion Powder
California Onion Powder
Finely ground California Onion Powder exposes the maximum amount of an onion’s surface area, delivering pure flavor with no delay.
Caraway Seed
Caraway Seed
Caraway Seed, the dominant flavor in rye bread, is often overlooked in today’s kitchens. But give this spice a chance! Spend a moment with its aroma, and you’ll get a deeply earthy, woodsy smell.
Cardamom Pods
Cardamom Pods
Cardamom (pronounced “kaar·duh·muhm”), Elettaria cardamomum, is also called green cardamomn pods or green cardamom.
Cardamom Seeds
Cardamom Seeds
Tucked inside the fibrous pale green jacket of a cardamom pod sit twelve or so nubbly little black seeds. The pods, while flavorful, are tough and inedible.
Cracked Rosemary
Cracked Rosemary
Dried Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is also called dried rosemary leaves, cracked rosemary, or rosemary dried herbs.
Crushed Maras Chiles
Crushed Maras Chiles
Maras Chiles (pronounced "mah-RAHSH"), Capsicum annuum, are also called Maras biber, kirmizi biber, Turkish pepper, and Turkish red pepper flakes.
Cumin Seed
Cumin Seed
Cumin Seed has an unmistakable flavor that is spicy-sweet, aromatic and earthy, with a hint of citrus and bitter undertones.
Dill Seed
Dill Seed
Dill Seeds, Anethum sowa, are also called Indian Dill, American Dill and European Dill (also referred to as true dill Anethum graveolens).
Dill Weed
Dill Weed
An ancient herb with a wide footprint Dill is indigenous to Eastern Europe.
Dried Basil
Dried Basil
Dried Basil is an extremely aromatic herb. This sweet basil is a member of the mint family and it has pepper, anise, and minty tones.
Dried Chives
Dried Chives
Dried Chives (pronounced "CHYVZ"), Allium schoenoprasum, are also called dry chives, chives dried or air dried chives.
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro
Dried Cilantro (pronounced "see-laan-tro"), Coriandrum sativum, is also called dried cilantro leaves, dry cilantro, or dried coriander leaves.
Dried Lemon Peel
Dried Lemon Peel
Dried Lemon Peel, Citrus limon, is also called lemon zest, lemon zest seasoning, or lemon peel spice.
Dried Mint
Dried Mint
Dried Spearmint, Mentha spicata, is also called dried mint, dried spearmint leaves, or dried mint leaves. Dried Spearmint has an essential oil content of .5%.  
Dried Parsley
Dried Parsley
When you think of Dried Parsley, you think crisp. Grassy. Decidedly “green” in its flavor. Now go past that.
Dried Sage
Dried Sage
Dried Sage, Salvia officinalis, is also called dried sage leaves, dry sage, or sage leaves. Dried Sage has 1.5% to 3.0% essential oil.  
Florida Orange Peel
Florida Orange Peel
Dried Orange Peel, Citrus x sinensis, is also called dried orange zest or dehydrated orange peel.
French Tarragon
French Tarragon
French Tarragon smells warm and sweet, grassy with licorice and mint, with an inviting, vanilla-like embrace at the end.
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder (pronounced “jin-jr"), Zingiber officinale, is also called powdered ginger, ginger root powder, or ground ginger.
Greek Oregano
Greek Oregano
Greek Oregano is an herb with an assertive flavor. It’s at once woodsy and earthy and a bit medicinal, with a late bite of bitter pepper that builds as you eat it.
Ground  Allspice
Ground Allspice
Woodsy and fragrant, our Ground Allspice has a deep, almost cinnamon-sweet fragrance that’s prickly with hints of pepper and kept aloft by a cloud of light lemon-ginger.
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves, Laurus nobilis, are also called bay leaf powder, ground bay leaf, or bay leaves powder. Bay Leaves have an essential oil of .8% - 3.0%.  
Ground Caraway
Ground Caraway
Warm and inviting Ground Caraway Seed has a wonderfully earthy aroma, savory and deep, with a lavish, buttery back note.
Ground Cardamom
Ground Cloves
Ground Cloves
Sharp and fruity, with a flavor that hints of cinnamon, pepper, and a little heat, reddish-brown Ground Cloves is an unforgettable spice.
Ground Cumin
Ground Cumin
Ground Cumin (pronounced "khu-min"), Cuminum cyminum, is also called cumin powder, cumin spice or cumin seasoning.
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon, Cinnamomum burmannii, is also called Korintje cinnamon, Indonesian cinnamon, or just Korintje.
Ground Nutmeg
Ground Nutmeg
Nutmeg, the seed from a tropical evergreen tree, has a rich, piney, camphor-like aroma. The flavor is nutty, spicy, bittersweet and warm, with echoes of clove.
Ground Oregano
Ground Oregano
Ground Mediterranean Oregano offers a glimpse into the dark side of mint.
Ground Parsley
Ground Parsley
Petroselinum crispum, also known as parsley, is closely related to carrots, celery and parsnip. It's native to the eastern Mediterranean part of Greece, Italy, and Turkey.
Ground Rosemary
Ground Rosemary
Used heavily in Mediterranean cuisines, Rosmarinus offinialis , or rosemary, is an extremely flavorful herb.
Ground Star Anise
Ground Star Anise
Star Anise is also known as anise star or Chinese star anise and the Chinese translation means eight points and whole star anise typically features eight points,  but they can also be found with as
Ground Thyme
Ground Thyme
Pronounced "time" Thyme is also known as common thyme or garden thyme and is from the species Thymus vulgarisandis which is one of over 350 species in the Lamiaceae (mint) family.
Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Ground Vietnamese Cinnamon
Vietnamese Cinnamon is classified as Cinnamomum loureiroi, or “cinnamon from laurels”. It is also known as Saigon cinnamon, Vietnam cinnamon, or ground Saigon cinnamon.
Guajillo Chile Flakes
Guajillo Chile Flakes
With a bold, rounded fragrance that fuses the tingle of pepper with the sweetness of ripe fruit, Guajillo Chile Flakes assert themselves from the start.
Jalapeno Flakes
Jalapeno Flakes
Dried Jalapeno Flakes (pronounced "haa-luh-pay-nyow"), Capsicum annuum, is also called dried jalapeno, jalapeno flakes, or jalapeno pepper fl
Marjoram Leaf
Marjoram Leaf
A close relative of oregano and lavender, sweet Marjoram Leaf's taste is a bit minty, with a warm, woody bottom note.
Mediterranean Thyme
Mediterranean Thyme
Fragrant and herbal, with a brisk, woodsy flavor that has a touch of floral qualities and even a hint of pine and smoke, sturdy Mediterranean Thyme is the Little Herb That Could…Go With Just About
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