How to use a spice lavendar to spice up your kitchen

We’ve all been there: you’ve got your favourite spice, a favourite spice bowl, a friend’s favourite spice and, most importantly, an instant coffee machine.

If you’re lucky, it’s a coffee maker that comes with a Spice Lavender Kit. 

But the Kit isn’t a simple set of tools that you simply pop in your bag and go to work. 

There are two main ingredients you’ll need: a spice bowl and a Spice Pad. 

The Spice Pad will be your spice. 

Its primary purpose is to make sure that the spice bowls in your kitchen come out smelling nice. 

It’s not just your basic spice bowl. 

You can get fancy with it by using different spices, flavours, and textures. 

For example, you can add spices to the rice, add curry paste to the broth, or add a little extra spice to the egg dish. 

Once you have a Spice Kit, you’ll want to be able to use it to spice things up on a regular basis. 

To make it easier, we’ve put together a handy guide on how to use Spice Lavenders. 

So, without further ado, let’s get started.

What is Spice Lavendar? 

In general, a Spice Lavender is made with spices. 

Here’s how it works. 

A Spice Lavander uses a small amount of spice to bring out flavours. 

Each spice is a different type of flavouring that is added to the Spice Pad to create the effect. 

This way, you don’t need to be very careful about what you add. 

Your Spice Pad comes with two basic options. 

1) The Spice Pad is a traditional Spice Bowl. 

2) The Lavender Kit comes with 3 Spice Pad Flavours. 

What are the Spice Lavanders? 

 The original Spice Lavader came about in the 1960s, when an American chemist named Harry Grosvenor invented a process called steam distillation. 

Steam distillation was a technique where steam is turned into liquids and heated to bring the vapour from the distillation to the surface. 

After this process, the heat from the steam is used to cool the liquid, making it more stable and less prone to condensation. 

In addition to being the source of many flavourings, steam distillations are also used to produce many other substances. 

Today, steam distillants are used to make soap, soap foam, lye, and lye-based detergents. 

And the Spice Lavi is just the latest product to be made using steam distilling. 

However, these products are not always the same as steam distilleries, which is why the Spice Kit and Spice Pad are so useful. 

How to use the SpicePad? 

To use a Spice Lamp, simply grab a Spice Lab Pad and use it in the Spice Kitchen. 

Spice Lamp is a simple device. 

With it, you will have a simple way to heat up your spices and get a nice bright colour. 

(Image credit: iStockphoto) Spices that you can use in a Spice Kitchen include cumin, coriander, cornsweet, turmeric, corundum, ginger, cardamom, cardamon, cinnamon, black pepper, coranine, and rosemary. 

 Spiced meats like beef, pork, lamb, and poultry are often used as a spice.

(Image credit to thespicekit.blogspot.com) You’ll also find spices that are very versatile in terms of flavours and textures, such as curry paste, lemon, orange, and cumin. 

If you’re looking for a little more spice in your dish, you can also add in a few other things. 

Firstly, you may want to add a few spice sticks in your food for a bit of extra flavour. 

Secondly, you could also spice up a dish by adding spices to a mixture or sauce, such for a curry dish.

The Spice Lavaders can also be used in cooking. 

Take your spice bowl out of the kit and use a Spicy Pad to heat your food up. 

Then, add your spice, stir and serve. 

Make sure to take note of what you’re adding and don’t be tempted to go overboard! 

Spiciness can be very powerful and can make a difference to a dish. 

 If you’ve enjoyed this article, you might also enjoy our Food Safety Guide.

It contains the best tips for food safety and a comprehensive guide to the food industry, including tips on how your food is manufactured, processed, packaged and served. 

We hope you’ll find it useful and enjoy your journey with the SpiceLavader.