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Simply Organic Ground Turmeric Root
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Product Notes: This is the orange-yellow, Alleppey variety from Southern India.

Features:
Botanical Name: Curcuma longa  L.
Origin: India
Organic: QAI Certified Organic
Kosher: KSA Certified


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Sepideh: about a week ago

The best turmeric.


Sheila: a few months ago

I add this turmeric powder to Lundberg Indian Basmati rice along with curry powder which adds flavour to the already delicious rice. I also tried it sprinkled into a bag of plain potato chips, shake the bag and presto, you get an exotic tasting chip.


Jocelyn: about a year ago

At the rate that I'm using this stuff I'll have to order another bottle. Use it in most of my recipes and like that it has health benefits and is organic.


Luna: about a year ago

I always buy this brand! It is the best. I use it in most of my cooking!


Allyson: about a year ago

I really enjoy this brand. The turmeric is organic and has great flavour.


Liz: more than a year ago

Love this product - am trying it on many dishes as the health benefits are so great!! Will buy again.


Susan: more than a year ago

I am new to using tumeric, but is amazing on rice with coconut oil mixed in and salted to taste. Will be trying it on lots of things!


Alexandra: more than a year ago

I'm on my second bottle. I put this in almost everything. Omelettes, salads, rice, spaghetti, anything that is stir-fried, tea etc. It doesn't have a very strong taste it just adds a hint of "tastiness" to things and it is incredibly healthy to eat. Definitely a quality product that has become a staple in my pantry.


Linda: more than a year ago

Delicious and healthy. I love that it is organic.


MB: more than a year ago

Good product. This spice can be used in different ways. It can be used for cooking, but I've heard of people using it for other reasons. Can even be applied to skin, and can be rubbed on certain spots for an anti-inflammatory effect. If you research this online, you'll come across some interesting remedies that involve turmeric.

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