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Seasoning ingredients

  • O. P. Hanas

Abstract

The definition of ‘seasoning’ has not changed much over the past century and a half. In 1828, Webster originally defined seasoning as:

... that which is added to any species of food to give it a higher relish; usually something pungent or aromatic, as salt, spices or other aromatic herbs, acids, sugar, or a mixture of several things.

Keywords

Black Pepper Propyl Gallate Snack Food Bake Good Salad Dressing 
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