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Caraway Seeds have been used as a culinary ingredient possibly longer than any other spice used in Europe. They originate from Northern and Central Europe and Asia. Today this biennial plant is also grown in regions of the United States, Canada & Morocco. Currently, Holland is believed to be the largest cultivator of Caraway Seeds. [read more...]
Fennel is in the unique category of being considered both an Herb & a Spice since all parts of this plant are edible. Its leaves, roots & stalks become Herbs while Fennel Seeds that we will discuss are considered a Spice. [read more...]
Ceylon Cinnamon is considered to be the True Cinnamon among all the 100 different varieties of Cinnamon that are grown worldwide. It is cultivated almost exclusively in Sri Lanka. Its correct botanical name is Cinnamomum Zeylanicum or Cinnamomum Verum, which translates directly to True Cinnamon. Other everyday names for Ceylon Cinnamon are Baker’s Cinnamon & Soft Stick Cinnamon. Ceylon Cinnamon comes from the inside of the bark of the evergreen tree that is a member of the Laurel Species. [read more...]