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Cinnamon (Indonesian Korintje Cassia)

This is the “cinnamon” with which most people in the U.S. are familiar, and it has the recognizable pronounced warm, spicy, sweet, pungent aroma. It is one of the world’s most popular baking spices used by many cultures. It is also the dried bark of an evergreen tree from the laurel family. Cassia and cinnamon are used interchangeably in the United States. Origin of spice: Indonesia

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