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||The dried reddish seeds of the annatto tree givefood a bright orange-yellow tint when they are cooked first inhot fat; then, the seeds themselves are discarded. Sometimesthey are ground to a powder and stirred into such foods as butterfor color. They impart a flavor that is gentle and hard to describe;like that of saffron, it has an earthy quality.
||Also called achiote seed, these seeds are used as a food coloring and a spice in cooking from Latin America and Southeast Asia.
||An African term for sesame seeds.
||The seeds of the herb lovage; they are small and brown and are used in pickling and as a flavoring.
||To remove the seeds from fruits and vegetables.