Organic Turmeric Root Powder


NaturevibeUK

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What's Inside? Turmeric is the traditional yellow colored root belonging to the family of ginger. Commonly used as herb and spice worldwide, its properties make it smell poignant and strong in flavor which is a little bitter, hot and earthy in taste. It is consumed fresh as well in dried form,...
What's Inside?
  • Turmeric is the traditional yellow colored root belonging to the family of ginger. Commonly used as herb and spice worldwide, its properties make it smell poignant and strong in flavor which is a little bitter, hot and earthy in taste.
  • It is consumed fresh as well in dried form, which is termed as spice.

Benefits?

  • Turmeric contains more than 300 naturally occurring components including beta-carotene, ascorbic acid, calcium, flavonoids, fiber, iron, niacin, potassium, zinc and other nutrients.
  • Turmeric is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, and other antioxidants.

Uses?

  • Add it to scrambles and frittatas. Use a pinch of turmeric in scrambled eggs, a frittata, or tofu scramble.
  • Toss it with roasted vegetables.
  • Add  pinch of turmeric to your favorite salad dressing, whether it's a creamy ranch dressing to serve with a crunchy vegetable tray, or a classic vinaigrette like this Citrus Vinaigrette recipe to spice up your favorite dinner salad.
What's Inside?
  • Turmeric is the traditional yellow colored root belonging to the family of ginger. Commonly used as herb and spice worldwide, its properties make it smell poignant and strong in flavor which is a little bitter, hot and earthy in taste.
  • It is consumed fresh as well in dried form, which is termed as spice.

Benefits?

  • Turmeric contains more than 300 naturally occurring components including beta-carotene, ascorbic acid, calcium, flavonoids, fiber, iron, niacin, potassium, zinc and other nutrients.
  • Turmeric is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, and other antioxidants.

Uses?

  • Add it to scrambles and frittatas. Use a pinch of turmeric in scrambled eggs, a frittata, or tofu scramble.
  • Toss it with roasted vegetables.
  • Add  pinch of turmeric to your favorite salad dressing, whether it's a creamy ranch dressing to serve with a crunchy vegetable tray, or a classic vinaigrette like this Citrus Vinaigrette recipe to spice up your favorite dinner salad.
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