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Champion Rubbed Sage Seasoning

Champion Rubbed Sage Seasoning

Popular in English, German, Greek, and Italian cuisines, sage is a herb that has withstood the passage of time. With slight antibacterial, antiseptic, and antioxidant properties, this almost-medicinal herb has been used in various cultures throughout the ages to provide relief and cures to chronic ailments. Today, sage is primarily used as a healthy way to liven up one’s dishes. If you value the benefits of healthy eating, Champion Rubbed Sage Seasoning is an easy way to make any dish both healthier and tastier!

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Champion Ground Nutmeg

Champion Ground Nutmeg

In the Middle Ages, wealthy Europeans brought whole nutmegs and graters to dinner parties to show off their status. If you’re looking for a classy, versatile spice that will leave guests wondering what that secret ingredient was in their dishes, then look no farther! Champion Ground Nutmeg is a quality product that will be sure to adorn a wide array of recipes.

Nutmeg in a Nutshell

Nutmeg is a spice that is harvested from an aromatic evergreen tree that can grow over 66 feet tall. Its fragrant flowers and edible, yellow fruit are signature characteristics of the tree. Nutmeg comes from the seed of the fruit, which is dried and then left as is, grated, ground, or crushed. The nutmeg we carry is ground and therefore a stronger flavor than nutmeg that is grated or crushed. This enables the spice to blend effortlessly into your food. 1 whole nutmeg is equal to 2-3 teaspoons of Champion Ground Nutmeg, so a little goes a long way.

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Champion’s Pennsylvania Pepper

Champion Pennsylvania Pepper

No matter where you go, in everyone’s dining table, inside every restaurant, you will find these two little objects: a salt shaker and a pepper shaker. More often than not, this ubiquitous pair of containers will carry ordinary, store-bought seasoning to be sprinkled on dishes at the table. They are reliable and familiar. But it is definitely a special occurrence when you capture the magic of something mundane and elevate it to a gourmet level. It is affordable and super productive to go for gourmet pepper blends, a tiny change that results in exponential gains. Both everyday home cooks and specialist chefs absolutely love this bold and enticing spice, Champion’s Pennsylvania Pepper. There is a risk. Once you try Champion’s Pennsylvania Pepper, you might never settle for your everyday black pepper shaker again. Continue reading Champion’s Pennsylvania Pepper

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Champion’s Coarse Grind Black Pepper

Champion Coarse Grind Black Pepper

Champion’s Course Grind Black Pepper is our best-selling ground pepper, with ingredients carefully sourced from Southeast Asia. Depending on the local season and harvest opportunities, we import premium black peppercorns from Vietnam, Indonesia, or India. We prefer that the peppers be picked at an early stage of the ripening process, which makes them sharper and gives them a higher heat level than average black peppers. Champion’s Coarse Grind Black Pepper comes at 20 mesh and it is dustless. It is only a bit larger than most shakers of table pepper, but it packs a lot more flavor. If you are looking for a pepper with smaller particles, check out Champion’s Medium Grind Black Pepper. Continue reading Champion’s Coarse Grind Black Pepper

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Champion’s Freshly Ground Black Pepper Medium Grind

Champion Coarse Grind Black Pepper

Champion’s Freshly Ground Black Pepper Medium Grind is the number one choice for many of our clients. With an average 30 mesh, this ground black pepper is perfect for everyday cooking and in-situ seasoning. We pride ourselves on the meticulous crafting process of our products. Champion’s Black Pepper is completely dustless, and we even filter out the smaller particles that arise in the grinding process. Continue reading Champion’s Freshly Ground Black Pepper Medium Grind

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Champion’s Korintje Cinnamon Powder

Freshly ground Korintje cinnamon.

The cinnamon tree, scientific name Cinnamomum, has a use for every single one of its parts—bark, roots, buds, leaves, and flowers. Most places in the U.S. tend to consume the Indonesian variety, Korintje cinnamon,Cinnamomum burmannii, a type cassia cinnamon, a plant native of Southern China. After being dried, the scented bark of Cassia cinnamon is widely sold in whole sticks or chips, but you’re more likely to find it in ground form.

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