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Nutmeg (Jaiphal) Whole (17g)

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Nutmeg (Jaiphal) Whole is a warm, sweet spice, perfect for grating fresh into dishes for a burst of flavour. Ideal for baking, sauces, and spice mixes, its rich aroma enhances both sweet and savory recipes.

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Weight0.04 kg
Dimensions8 × 12 × 1.2 cm
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