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Make Your Own
All Spice


You Will Need

1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

1/2 tsp ground cloves

1/4 tsp ground Nutmeg

Have you made this recipe?

There are many reasons for making your own spices, but the main one for me, I know what's in them. This all spice (allspice) recipe makes 1 tsp. Double or triple to meet your household needs. Mix all ingredients in a small bowl, and then transfer to a zip lock bag. Store in a cool dry place. 


When should you throw out spices?

Ground spices lose their freshness the quickest and typically don't last past six months. The best freshness test for ground spices is to give them a sniff — if they smell like nothing, then it's time to to replace them. Whole spices, on the other hand, can be stored for up to five years.

A well stocked pantry is the key to every preppers freedom and knowing which spice to turn to  when that cooking bug grabs a hold of you, and will set you apart from the rest. So how much do you really know about allspice? The warm flavor of this spice lends itself to delights such as aromatic gingerbread, that we crave when the winter chill is in the air.  in your cooking.

 Allspice is the dried berry of the Jamaican pepper tree, and is available in whole berry form, or ground powder.  The whole berries are slightly larger than a peppercorn and have a rough dark brown exterior when dried. Allspice is very popular in Caribbean cooking, 

What do you use allspice for? You can use allspice in a variety of recipes that are sweet or savory such as cookies, pumpkin pie, spice cake, spicing for sausage and glazes. It's a key flavor in Jamaican jerk seasoning, the fiery blend of herbs and spices that turns chicken or pork into an instant party in your mouth.

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