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All about Cinnamon, Vietnamese
Our organic Vietnamese cinnamon is warm, sweet, nutty, and peppery.
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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