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Old Bay Seasoning:
A spice blend that usually contains celery salt, powdered mustard, cayenne, black pepper, bay leaves, cloves, allspice, ginger, mace, cardamon, cinnamon and paprika.

Uses: For seafood , poultry and meat dishes.

Olive Oil:
Visit the section about Olive Oil.

Omum (Ajma):
Are small aromatic seeds used in some vegetarian dishes, that are common in India.

Onion (salt, powder,minced or chopped):
Dried onion in various forms.

Uses: Powdered or salt, used for flavoring. Minced or chopped, for texture.

Oregano (powdered, dried, or fresh):
Oregano, is derived from wild marjoram.

Uses: In Italian dishes, soups, sauces, meats, stews, and in bean dishes.

Oyster Sauce:
It is a Cantonese seasoning that is a staple condiment of Chinese cooking, This rich brown sauce is made with boiled oysters and seasonings (soy sauce, salt, and spices). The ingredients are cooked until thick and concentrated. A good brand is never fishy. Be aware that cheaper brands may contain MSG and other additives.

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