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Ethiopian cuisine is known for it's spicy flavours and unique cooking techniques. From it's close proximity to the Middle East, it's short colonization by Italy and its indigenous Jewish community, there are many reasons as to why this is a gastronomical melting pot. Ethiopia is more than the birthplace of coffee. It is the land of over 80 different ethnic languages, demonstrating a diverse relationship with food, culture and history.
Ancient Roman Cuisine
Ancient Rome played an important role in the development of Italian cuisine, such as pasta techniques, olive oil use and grape cultivation for wine making. It cannot be considered the sole birthplace of Italian cuisine. As an overview, Italian cuisine is the result of a rich and diverse culinary heritage that has evolved over centuries, with great influence from the oldest surviving cookbook in Roman history.
Bread History - Bread Science
The ancient Egyptians are credited with developing the first leavened bread (made of yeast to rise) around 3000 BC. They discovered that mixing flour and water together and leaving it to sit for several days would cause wild yeasts to start fermenting, resulting in a risen dough. In Roman times, finely milled flour of quality wheat would have been for the rich and bran like flour would have been used by a poorer society.
1% for the Planet
Our motto has always been "start as we mean to go on". Just 3% of global benevolent giving goes to environmental causes. Founded in 2002, 1% for the planet are building an ecosystem legacy that is interlaced with 6 core issues that have critical links between each other to protect the world we inhabit. As proud members, these are areas that Camelēr Spice Co feel equally passionate about. Climate, Food, Land, Pollution, Water and Wildlife. The Camelēr Spice Co journey has just begun.
There are numerous variations of Advieh, each with its own blend of spices. The word "Advieh" literally translates to "Spice" in Persian. Predominately the Persian range of Advieh Spice blends are influenced by Iranian heritage. As with all ancient blends, influence can come from more than one region. In this instance, Afghan, Jewish, Kurdish, Pakistani, Turkish (Türkler) along with Azerbaijani culture and their kaleidoscope of cuisine.
Our Great Taste Award
Our award winning "Advieh-E Khoresh" is an aromatic spice blend. Full bodied, rich in Black Lime (Loomi) from the country of Oman, Rose Petals from Türkiye (Turkey) and Saffron from Spain alongside flavours such as Cardamom, Cinnamon, Cloves, and Turmeric. It has a scent of grassy, honeyed notes with a subtle sweetness. You can certainly taste the slight bitterness and spiciness from the rich Saffron. "Great Taste Award 2022"
During the period where arithmetic was invented, 20,000 BC, a genesis of soup was also formulated. Dating back thousands of years to early human civilizations, where a simple combination of ingredients such as grains, vegetables, and meat simmered in water to support a warm simple diet.
A History of Pancakes
The history of pancakes dates back 1000's of years.
In the past, families would traditionally prepare to fast by using up all the ingredients in their kitchen for Shrove Tuesday alternatively known as 'Pancake Tuesday'. These would usually consist of eggs, milk, and flour - everything you need to make a good pancake!
The 'Boston' Cocktail Shaker
In its earliest form from the mid-19
century, the “Boston” was manifested in the form of two vessels jammed together to reveal a shaker contraption of sorts. It was the luxury that we take for granted "ice" that Frederic Tudor (Ice King) brought to warmer climates for drinks. An entrepreneurial Boston native from North America that harvested ice from the Lakes of Massachusetts in the early 19
Slow cooker like a pro
The humble slow cooker is perfect for those families that are time poor. Here are some tips and inspiring ideas to deliver on delicious convience.
The Salt conundrum
The average intake of sodium is considered to be double the recommended amount according to the British Heart Foundation. It is the hidden salt that causes the greatest number of issues, typically found in the convience processed variety of meals and food to go. Our blends contain low to zero sodium, so that you can add your own amount.
Barbeque Season tips and tricks
To avoid your ingredients drying out you should try to use thicker cuts of meat, fish and even veg.
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