Sharp, piquant, spicy heat; black pepper is so commonly used in food it is easy to take it for granted and miss it’s amazing potential.
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Earthy and slightly sweet, salsify is an obscure little tuber that can add an interesting twist to your winter meals.
Crisp and sweetly buttery with just a hint of salt, shortbreads are an oh so delicious treat with afternoon tea.
Bitter, astringent, chalky, but surprisingly delicious; swiss chard is actually a close relative of the beetroot.
Zingy and slightly salty; baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate as it’s conventionally known, is more of a mouthfeel than an actual flavor.
Crunchy, chewy, nutty (even though they are seeds) and slightly sweet if they are fresh; pumpkin seeds are packed full of goodness.
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