Cinnamon Cassia Sticks - 10 Inch - All Natural

 
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The freshest sticks around! Stored in our special climate and light controlled rooms for the ultimate in freshness and quality! These organic stick are approx. 10 inches in length and truly delicious!



Also known as Cinnamomum cassia and the oil is typically Cinnamomum zeylanicum.



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Introduction
If you have tried our cinnamon powder then you will get a true delight with our new cinnamon sticks. THESE ARE TRULY THE FRESHEST STICKS WE HAVE EVER TASTED AND SMELLED! We have just added this delightful organic product to our inventory and it as fresh as ever. remember all our herbs and spices and nuts, seeds, etc. are stores in a climate controlled dark room for the ultimate herb experience!





Some tips to use our all natural cinnamon sticks! Prepare and add flavor to wine poaching liquids for fruits (pears or apples) with cinnamon sticks. Make hot spiced cider, wassail punch or spiced tea with a combination of spices that include cinnamon sticks. Brew a pot of coffee by adding pieces of cinnamon sticks along with ground coffee to the coffee maker. You can also add cinnamon sticks to cocoa for added flavor. Add flavor to sugar by placing cinnamon sticks in it. You can make cinnamon -flavored sugar by adding 3 to 4 cinnamon sticks to a pound of sugar and storing it for two weeks in a glass jar.

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Parts Used

Dried bark in sticks, chips or ground.



Typical Preparations

Mostly in foods and beverages including teas, extracts, or tinctures.



Precautions

None.



Possibly most the common baking spice, Cinnamon is used in cakes, cookies, and desserts throughout the world. Cinnamon is also used in savory chicken and lamb dishes from the Middle East. In American cooking, Cinnamon is often paired with apples and used in other fruit and cereal dishes. Stick Cinnamon is used in pickling and for flavoring hot beverages.



Cinnamon has been popular since ancient times. Egyptians imported it from China in 2000 BC. Romans believed Cinnamon was sacred, and Nero burned a year's supply of the spice at the funeral for his wife. Finding Cinnamon was a primary motive of world exploration in the 15th and 16th centuries.



For a fragrant pilaf, cook rice in Cinnamon flavored broth and stir in chopped dried fruit and toasted nuts. The sweet spicy flavor of Cinnamon enhances the taste of vegetables and fruits. Cinnamon is a perfect partner for chocolate; use it in any chocolate dessert or drink. It is used to mellow the tartness of apple pie. Ground Cinnamon should not be added to boiling liquids; the liquid may become stringy and the Cinnamon will lose flavor.



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