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All about Cinnamon, Vietnamese
Unfortunately, our Organic Vietnamese Cinnamon is currently out of stock. As a commodity, there are times when a crop is simply depleted… But good news – we have found an amazingly comparable Organic Cassia Cinnamon >
If you’re a fan of our Vietnamese cinnamon, we think you’ll like this Indonesian alternative! And, we hope to have this popular Vietnamese variety back for you in the new crop year.
Our organic Vietnamese cinnamon is warm, sweet, nutty, and peppery.
For most potent flavor, use within 6 months.
ground - up to 6 months
African - Historic Middle Eastern influences are seen in African cuisine, with cinnamon being one. You can find cinnamon in stews and rice dishes.
American - In the US, you will most frequently find bold flavored cassia cinnamon (as opposed to the milder Ceylon). Commonly used in desserts and to complement fruit dishes.
Chinese - While grown across Asia these days, cassia cinnamon originated in China, and is used widely in Chinese cooking and medicine.
Indian - In India, cinnamon is used in savory lamb and chicken dishes.
Mexican - Cinnamon is used in chocolate, most notably in Mexico.
Vietnamese - Vietnamese cassia is bold, sweet, and a key ingredient in pho – beef and noodle soup.
1/4 amount of nutmeg
1/4 amount of allspice
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