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  • #16
    Originally posted by Leida View Post
    I should have specified winter squash. For my zucchinis I do brown butter, nuts/seeds, garlic and black pepper for 'zuc-inguini' and olive oil/pepper/salt for broiling in chips.

    All of that sounds good!
    "Though she be but little, she is fierce!" - William Shakespeare

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Leida View Post
      The most underrated spice imo is fennel seed. That's what makes store-bought sausages taste so nice.
      Agreed! I use fennel to season my sauteed cabbage. A couple of weeks ago I used the cabbage as the "spaghetti" for my homemade spaghetti sauce and the combination was amazing. I will be experimenting much more with fennel.

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      • #18
        Sea salt and pepper, Cayenne pepper!
        Trader joes 21 seasoning salute. I use it for everything. Marinating, salads, shrimp. So yum

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Anna Katherine View Post
          I think I have that in the cabinet. What do you use it with?
          I use coriander alot in recipes that call for cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves as I think it does really well in the sweet department.

          I also like to use it in combination with turmeric and cumin to make my own curry blend to put on all kinds of vegetables. I used it in this recipe recently. It is phenomenal:
          Curried Shrimp | Paleo Shrimp Recipe | Elana's Pantry

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Leida View Post
            The most underrated spice imo is fennel seed. That's what makes store-bought sausages taste so nice.
            The only way I like steamed carrots is with fennel seeds and butter on them. YUMMY!!!

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            • #21
              garam masala (I've been making roasted brussels sprouts with this + salt +a chopped hot pepper - mmm!)
              chinese five spice
              cloves
              marjoram
              salt (several varieties)
              pepper (fresh ground)
              garlic (fresh and powdered)
              ginger
              thyme
              rosemary (my parents grow it fresh - mmmm)
              basil (fresh is awesome)
              cinnamon
              nutmeg
              coriander
              cumin
              turmeric
              cayenne
              paprika
              mustard powder
              some sort of fish-specific blend (no salt, so I always add some)
              fresh hot peppers (the dehydrated whole peppers and/or flakes, too!)
              hot sauce (we have about 8 varieties at any given time)


              I don't currently have fennel seeds, but it's also a great suggestion

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              • #22
                Black pepper
                Turmeric
                Cumin
                Cinnamon
                Organic "Italian Seasoning"
                Fennel
                Not much else, to be honest. Those few spices can be combined so many ways on different meats in different oils to keep me entertained. So far. Might add a new spice once I'm sure I've combined all of these.
                Crohn's, doing SCD

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