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Mixed Spice

A mixture of sweet-flavoured ground spices, often used in cake making, but sometimes to add flavour to a savoury sauce (such as Bordelaise). A typical mixture might contain allspice, cinnamon, cloves, ground ginger and nutmeg. Although readily available from supermarkets, once opened, the mixture will lose potency after a few weeks, even if carefully re-sealed.

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