Spanish Saffron

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Saffron is the golden stigma of the purple fall crocus and is the world's most expensive spice. The value of this spice is derived from the fact that it is such a labor-intensive crop. Only five to seven pounds of saffron can be produced from each acre of land. The flavor of saffron, however, is ver...more


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  • erin1231

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    Saffron is the golden stigma of the purple fall crocus and is the world's most expensive spice. The value of this spice is derived from the fact that it is such a labor-intensive crop. Only five to seven pounds of saffron can be produced from each acre of land. The flavor of saffron, however, is very concentrated. One gram of saffron is enough to flavor forty servings of saffron rice or two large batches of paella. Our genuine Spanish saffron comes in a decorative tin.

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  • Alyson

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    How luxe is pinching saffron from a lovely ($80) tin. Worth its weight in gold... and then some.

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  • secretagentkt

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    only the best for your delicious paellas

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