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Juniper Berries

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Non MGOgluten freepg freevegan friendlyalcohol free

Dried Juniper Berries

    Use these Juniper berries to add a bright herbaceous flavor to sauces and marinades for meat and game dishes. The unique, slightly earthy flavor is gin-like, and can be used to complement both sweet and savory tastes. Add juniper berries with bay leaves and fennel seeds to stews for flavor. The berries are used throughout Europe to flavor pâtés and meat dishes. Juniper berries are often used in German cuisine for flavoring sauerbraten and sauerkraut.

    PLEASE NOTE: This product is intended for culinary uses only: cooking, baking, and other human food applications.

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    Product Specifications

    INGREDIENTS:
    Juniper Berries
    SDS:
    SPEC:
    NON GMO:
    Yes
    GLUTEN FREE:
    Yes
    KOSHER:
    No
    ORGANIC:
    No
    ALCOHOL FREE:
    Yes
    VEGAN FRIENDLY:
    Yes
    PG FREE:
    Yes
    FLAVOR:
    Juniper
    SUGGESTED USES:
    Cooking
    COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    CHOCOLATE TYPE:
    Fruits
    PHYSICAL APPEARANCE:
    Whole
    WHEAT:
    No
    CARAMEL COLOR:
    No
    EGGS:
    No
    SOY:
    No
    SHELLFISH:
    No
    PEANUTS:
    No
    SUGAR FREE:
    No
    FISH:
    No
    TREE NUTS:
    No
    DAIRY:
    No
    SESAME:
    No
    BIO ENGINEERED:
    No
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    4 Reviews Write a Review

    • 4

      Juniper Berries

      Posted by Dorothy on Oct 11th 2022

      Add to recipes of Mineral broths / stews for flavor and nutrient

    • 5

      Good

      Posted by Daniel Aikens on Oct 20th 2016

      Used to make sauerkraut don't know results yet

    • 5

      Wonderful.

      Posted by Annette on Jan 3rd 2016

      Used them in my kraut...made it taste just like my Oma used to make!

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