Tagged: bad things, black pepper, cassia, Ceylon cinnamon, cinnamon, deception, falsehood, flavor, good things, minced garlic, mislabeled spices, Saigon cinnamon, spices, topics unrelated to tapirs, trolling, variety
Most of the cinnamon on the market is actually cassia or Saigon cinnamon. True cinnamon is Ceylon cinnamon, and it’s less sharp and more flavorful. Even though it can only be used to make synonym buns, this is actually a good thing. More spices should be mislabeled. I want to buy minced garlic and get black pepper instead. Variety is, after all, the spice of life.
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Which do you think was used in the קטורת?
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You need some serious help if you cannot tell the difference between black pepper and minced garlic.
Wasabi that you buy in the store or find in your sushi tray is generally just powdered horseradish with green food coloring.
Crushed red pepper mixed with black pepper is actually a taste of a spice of Biden and Obama together.