1.95 oz. Fragrant and distinctive, fennel’s slightly licorice taste is most often enjoyed with fish. But don’t save it for fish nights; try its anise-like flavor in soups and salads, and with grains and vegetables, too.
.85 oz. Sage has been enjoyed for centuries as a cooking herb, a medicine and a spiritual aid. It is popular around the world for its highly aromatic, minty, peppery flavor and woodsy fragrance. Wide variety of culinary uses.
.95 oz. From Grenada, the Spice Island of the Caribbean, Mace is the dried, lacy covering of the nutmeg seed. It’s used in soups, stuffing, puddings and baked goods for flavoring and in light-colored sauces for its lovely, saffron-like color.