Its not a nightshade is it? I can't remember but was having a niggling feeling there was a spice that was a nightshade.[/QUOTE]
Your probably thinking of Chillies , Many (most?) chillies, hot & sweet peppers, paprika etc are nightshades
[QUOTE=Lyte;1401010]It's not :)[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=DinoHunter;1401506]Your probably thinking of Chillies , Many (most?) chillies, hot & sweet peppers, paprika etc are nightshades[/QUOTE]
Yes, it could have been chili! Thanks!
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I like making turmeric tea:
[url=http://www.marksdailyapple.com/creamy-turmeric-tea/]Creamy Turmeric Tea | Mark's Daily Apple[/url]
I also like to put it on sardines. And of course (as has been mentioned) Indian dishes. And eggs
We love hot turmeric ginger tea, especially these days.
Amazon has a great organic one, Republic, I think is the brand.
Juice of 1/2 org lemon, drop or 2 of liquid stevia, fabulous!!
I use mine in scrambled eggs, on sweet potato, in most things with coconut, and in sauteed onions.
All of these ideas are GREAT! Thank you so much. I am really going to mix it in all my ground meat to start and go from there!
I use it in many of the things already listed. I especially like to add it to raw chocolate truffles or Paleo Apple Pie. I try sneaking it into everything, along with liquid smoke (I'm a smoke lover).
I not only use turmeric for cooking for also for skin because of its antiseptic properties. But thanks to all, I got some additional information.