Cinnamon. It's used in so many things, from cooking and baking to potpourri and moth repellent! (Yes, seriously.) In the UK, studies have even found that consistent cinnamon in a diet can help with diabetes and blood pressure complications. Other studies have found that cinnamon can be used to clear cognitive function, reduce cholesterol, and even aid in weight loss.
Savory. Sweet. Scintillating. The cured inner bark of the Cinnamomum genus of trees is one of the most dazzling spices in the food world.
Oh, cinnamon. Beloved in cuisines worldwide it makes our curries warm, ensures our ham glazes are addictive, and keeps pilafs perky. (And let’s not even get into its importance in pumpkin spice everything.)
Even better? Cinnamon has so many health benefits!
As you can see there is a great selection of cinnamon both ground and whole available in the marketplace. Each cinnamon has a distinct flavor profile, can be used in many different applications and have varied degrees of health benefits.
- Cassia Bark (Cinnamon)Out of stock
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