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Spices that spoil canned food: it is better not to add them

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When preparing canned food, housewives try to add a lot of different spices and herbs to enhance the taste and aroma of future preparations. However, not all of them are appropriate.

The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information and will tell you which spices are better not to add to canned food so as not to spoil the taste.

What spices should not be added to canned food

Rosemary and thyme

These herbs have a rather spicy aroma, and dishes with them become very rich, interrupting the taste of other spices, and if you add too much of them, they will even be bitter.

Bay leaves

Be careful not to add too much of this spice. Bay leaves are most appropriate for canning mushrooms, meat, and game.

What can spoil home preservation

Instead, there are many other spices that can help give your homemade preserves a spicy, tangy, or pungent flavor. These include:

Coriander. It adds a special flavor to canned fish, meat, and vegetables.

Hot pepper. It goes well with pickled cucumbers, tomatoes and assorted vegetables.

Garlic. It is a versatile vegetable that goes well with all vegetables.

What spices to add to preserves

Cloves. This spice is usually added to marinades when preserving cucumbers and tomatoes.

Horseradish. The leaves of this herb are perfect for pickling vegetables.

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