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Old 11-08-2016, 02:14 PM   #11
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You might find this interesting to get a better sense of what spices are grouped in the same flavour profiles. Work on developing your bottom note, your mid-note, and your top-note in your flavour profiles. When you taste something and it just doesn't quite taste right, chances are the top note is missing OR the bottom note is too strong.

Understanding the 15 Flavor Characteristics of Spices

Getting to know the combinations used in a variety of cuisines opens a lot of possibilities. I use cocoa powder, various teas, and coffee with my herb-spice combinations.

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