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Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds
Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds

Clearance Taurus Fenugreek Seeds

Maple Syrup, Burnt Onion, Almonds

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Fenugreek seeds are a less common spice in home cooking but are a staple flavor in Indian curries and Turkish cuisine. Named after their place of origin, the Taurus mountains in Karaman, Turkey, these seeds are revered for their health benefits and lingering sweet and nutty flavor. Soak, grind, fry or even bloom them for all different ways to incorporate them into your recipes.

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Origin:

Karaman, Turkey

Tasting Notes:

Maple Syrup, Burnt Onion, Almonds

Ingredients:

Whole fenugreek seeds

100% Fresh Ingredients

You can trace our spices back to the farm where they were grown

Chef Tested

All our recipes are chef-tested (and tasted) -we don't sell it to you unless we love it

Straight From The Source

We work with farmers, nonprofit organizations, and agricultural cooperatives to obtain spices directly from the people who grow them

Give Back Program

A portion of proceeds from every sale goes to feed individuals and families in our local community through our foundation, Tribe for Change

Origin & Sourcing

Karaman, Turkey

Grown in Karaman, Turkey at the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, the semi-arid climate gives our fenugreek characteristics that remind you of your favorite aunt—nutty and a little bitter, with a lingering sweetness and aroma that can only be attributed to maple syrup. It’s no wonder the ancient Romans flavored wine with the spice, according to one first-century A.D. recipe. Harvest occurs at the height of heat, between July and late September. The leafy, spriggy greens are sold at the markets to be used fresh—that is, rolled into flatbread or folded into saucy stews—while the hulled seeds are widely used to cure meats in Turkey.

Chef Spotlight

With Chef Trent - Founder

Trent Blodgett's journey started from battling chronic depression to finding solace and purpose in cooking. Trained to cook at an upscale Spanish restaurant in San Francisco led to a chef position running large events and pop up dinners throughout the Bay Area. Immersed in the captivating world of flavors and scents, Trent became fascinated by the history and cultural influences of cuisine.

Driven by his newfound passion, Trent embarked on extensive travels, collecting spices that reminded him of the diverse culinary experiences he encountered. Cooking became his medicine and meditation, transforming his outlook on life. This transformative journey led Trent to establish Spice Tribe, a platform to share his spice blends, stories, and the belief that a shift in cooking perspective can profoundly impact one's existence.

Tips for Success

Cooking tips from our chefs

Fenugreek seeds are often soaked overnight and then ground into a paste which can help thicken the liquid in a dish. You can also toast a grind this spice and bloom in oil or use as a marinade for meat. Fenugreek seeds can also sprout if you soak them for 3-6 days and change water daily.

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    Favorite things about the spice? Great Flavor, Tastes Fresh
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    10 months ago
    Wonderful

    Love these with roasted carrots

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do fenugreek seeds taste like?

Also known as methi, fenugreek adds a tangy, nutty, bitter sweetness reminiscent of burnt sugar.

How to cook with fenugreek seeds?

This spice can be incredibly bitter when eaten raw but adds a beautifully nutty sweet flavor when cooked. It can be added to curries, Turkish recipes, and Ethiopian recipes. It can also be sprouted and used in salads.

What are the health benefits of fenugreek?

It has been used to treat hormonal imbalances, gastrointestinal distress, stimulate insulin and lower cholesterol.

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