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Mace

Other names: ground mace, mace powder

A product of the Myristica fragrans tree - mace is the exterior web-like membrane that surrounds the nutmeg. Mace is normally sold in dried, ground form and used in many cuisines including Indian, Asian and Europe.
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Substitute for mace

nutmeg, allspice, pumpkin pie spice

Equivalents

1 oz.   =   4 1/2 tbsp.

Ingredients

Mace is a natural spice and is not made up of any other ingredients.

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