Is an English product used as a raising agent. You can make it's equivalent by combining 1 ounce baking soda, 1/2 ounce tartaric acid and 1/3 ounce citric acid:
store in an airtight container and use as needed.
Epazote is an essential seasoning in many Mexican foods, being considered
particularly compatible with bean dishes. It was in use long before Columbus made his voyage.
A memberof the endive family of leafy
greens with a mildly bitter
Uses: Used mainly in salads,
it is excellent briefly cooked in soups and main dishes.
Malt Extract: provides the keynote for several well-known
Meat Extract: adds a salty, concentrated taste to many foods, from soups
Yeast Extract: is a blend of salt and brewer's yeast.