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The Spice People Offers Natural Herbs and Spices Online

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 11:19 AM CST, Fri, November 30,2018

Black Rock, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/30/2018 -- The Spice People aims at connecting people with spices in a culinary adventure that makes eating interesting, fun and wholesome. They also seek to provide their customers with an experience that opens up global cultures at their table. Founded by Liz, who grew up in the rural area of NSW and learned to do things organically, the team at The Spice People is passionate about spicing up the lives of its customers. The company has partnered with KIVA, an international nonprofit organization, to offer small business loans in a bid to alleviate poverty. Among the products that The Spice People deal with include bespoke spice blends from around the globe, dried herbs and spices, herbal and chai tea blends and spices accessories.

"In my late teens, I moved to the city where I studied Agricultural Science and began to pursue my business idea. The Spice People has now grown beyond one person. The company's passion remains the same; enriching life is still our motto and mission all the way from the fields to the table. We are currently sponsoring a couple of cooking shows; Eat-In Love TV is an online cooking show that is launching next week. Alot of their content is on our Facebook page," said Liz, the Founder.

The Spice People provide lemon myrtle recipes. Lemon Myrtle is a favorite citrus-fragranced spice. It is known for its fresh fragrance of creamy lemon and lime and has a very versatile lemony and tangy flavor. It can enhance the flavor of chicken, pasta, beef, whole leaf with baked fish, grilled meats, seafood, infused in macadamia or vegetable oils, rice dishes, and made into hot or iced tea.It is also used with desserts such as cookies, cakes, and muffins to satisfy a sweet tooth. It is an excellent choice to add flavor to spice flavored vinegar, bread, salad dressings, rubs and marinades, dips, sauces, and pancakes. The Lemon Myrtle should not cook for more than 10-15 minutes. Otherwise, it will destroy the delicate lemon, and it can develop an unpleasant bitterness, and eucalyptus flavor will dominate.Lemon Myrtle ought to be used sparingly, about 1/2 teaspoon to 500g of meat, carbohydrates or vegetables. The lemon myrtle is also known as lemon ironwood, sweet verbena tree, sand verbena myrtle, tree verbena, backhousiacitriodora, sweet verbena myrtle, lemon scented verbena, and lemon-scented backhousia.

"The main aim of The Spice People is to connect people with spices in an enriching adventure that makes eating fun, interesting and wholesome. Potential customers especially those within Australia should consider The Spice People for quality spice products," said a Quality Control Analyst.

Malaysian beef curry is a spiced meat curry enriched with curry leaves, kaffir lime, and ketcapmanis (sweet soy sauce). The ketcapmanis helps to caramelize the flavors and offering a sweet aftertaste.The curry is wrapped in leaf parcels by street vendors, but The Spice People sell and deliver their products online. Coconut milk is added to the first curry to give it a silkier smooth texture and a milder heat rating.

About The Spice People
The Spice People bring to the global market the Moroccan lamb shanks recipe. The deep flavors of Moroccan cooking marry perfectly with the richness of lamb meat. By cooking the meat using low temperatures and slowly, it allows the flavors to infuse and penetrate the meat while it becomes tender. The Moroccan dish is well known for incorporating fruits to dishes to enhance the taste of the spices.

Contact Details
Company : The Spice People,
Address: Boundary Rd, Braeside, Australia
Phone No: +61 3 9587 2598
Email: info@thespicepeople.com.au
Website: https://thespicepeople.com.au

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Media Relations Contact
Liz Edgecombe
+61395872598
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Web: https://thespicepeople.com.au/