Berbere is a hot spice blend that is an integral ingredient in Ethiopian cuisine. Both full of flavor and heat, this spice is not for the faint of heart – or taste buds. Every Ethiopian cook has their own version of this blend. Some versions include lesser known spices like nigella seeds, ajwain, and korarima, a spice that grows wild in Ethiopia.
Whatever the version, there are several key spices that are common to all and the result is a fiery, bright red, highly aromatic and flavorful seasoning blend. Fantastic as a rub for meat, poultry and fish, a seasoning for stews, soups, grains and vegetables. Berbere is a wonderful all-purpose seasoning.
Berbere is a reddish-brown dried spice mixture that's synonymous with Ethiopia, but it's used extensively in Eritrean cooking as well.
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Harissa Seasoning, Chermoula Spice, or Dukkah Spice.
The high vitamin A and C content of chili peppers may also aid to prevent infection. The anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-infection, antibacterial, and cough suppressant properties of berbere may be obtained by allowing sauces to simmer at low heat for an extended period.
◉ It Causes a Major Reduction in Blood Sugar Levels: Berberine is very efficient in reducing diabetes-related elevations in blood sugar and HbA1c. It functions similarly to several prescription medications.
◉ Berberine May Help You Lose Weight: Two studies have shown that berberine may promote considerable weight reduction and improve a variety of other health indices.
◉ It Lowers Cholesterol and May Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease: According to studies, berberine decreases cholesterol and triglyceride levels while increasing HDL ("good") cholesterol levels. It may reduce the risk of heart disease over time.
|Product Name||Berbere Spice.
|Scientific Name||No Specific.|
|Country of Origin
||Ground or Powder.|
|Taste & Aroma
||Spicy, full flavored, unique and authentic Ethiopian flavor.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||To store, keep in a cool dry place, and you can await Berbere shelf life for about 3 to 3.5 years with little decay.|
||We urged you that, before consuming spices, herbs, or any kind of natural product you can consult a qualified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.|
|Notice||This product information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.|