These are eight ingredients we're stocking up on this year.

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Pickapeppa Sauce

bottled jamaican pickapeppa sauce
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A sweet-savory Jamaican sauce that tastes very similar to Worcestershire sauce.

Buckwheat Groats

buckwheat kernels against white background
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Crushed hulled buckwheat kernels go by this funny name. Use them as you would rice. Roasted groats are called kasha.

Cynar

bottled cynar italian liqueur
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This bitter dark-brown Italian liqueur is made from a blend of artichokes and 13 herbs. It's great served on the rocks as an after-dinner drink.

Kashmiri Chile

kashmiri chile powder against white background
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A mild chile often seen in Indian cooking, it's used for flavor and color. (Think tandoori chicken.)

Jaggery

jaggery unrefined sugar against white background
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This unrefined sugar has a minerally molasses-like sweetness. It's sold in solid shapes (pictured above) or powdered.

Harissa

canned harissa hot sauce
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Found in cans, jars, and tubes, this Tunisian hot sauce is a great addition to soups, stews, and cooked grains.

Kimchi

white bowl containing kimchi
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A tangy, funky fermented mix of cabbage and other veggies. Add to grain bowls or stir-fries.

Gochugaru

silver spoonful of gochugaru powder
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These Korean red chile flakes have a mild, earthy flavor. Sprinkle on pizza or roasted veggies.