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What Your Favorite Spices Look Like Before They Make It to the Grocery Store

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saffron, the red parts are the female pistil, the yellow are the stamens. The wasabi you buy is not the real wasabi, real wasabi is very expensive, you have to grate it, and it only lasts 5 min before it loses its taste, the pic below it is sage. What you buy is fake wasabie. Mustard is not yellow because of the flowers, this is a coincidence. Your cumin flower is the garden plant Nigella, in the aster family, not carrot family. Vanilla is by far most commonly found in in liquid form, or as dried pods, I've never seen powdered vanilla ever. Rosemary are the leaves, just look in your posted pic, "young buds from bush"??? Really? Sage is classified as an herb, not a spice. What a terrible post, who to blame?
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I would have never guessed they look like this 🤔
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I remember the first time I saw vanilla as a kid, I was so confused because vanilla ice cream is white 😂
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