Saigon Vietnamese Cinnamon Whole
Also Known As: Vietnamese Cinnamon, Saigon Cassia or Vietnamese Cassia
Ingredients: Saigon Vietnamese Cinnamon
Taste and Aroma: The most powerful cinnamon available; Saigon Cinnamon is spicy, sweet and warm.
Uses: Mulling spices, baking, cookies, tea, cakes, fruits, desserts, chocolate and pie.
Substitutes: Saigon Vietnamese Cinnamon Ground, Ceylon Cinnamon Powder, China Tung Hing Cassia Powder, Cinnamon Korintje Grade A and Cinnamon Sugar
Fun Fact: Vietnamese Saigon Cinnamon has the highest oil content in the world, which is the reason it is also the most expensive variety of cinnamon.
-Has antibacterial, antifungal and anti-parasitic properties
-Has anti-inflammatory properties
-May control blood sugar levels
-Good source of iron, magnesium, calcium and dietary fiber
- Smelling cinnamon may improve memory according to some studies
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