Cinnamon Powder Cassia BA Organic
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Where does Cassia cinnamon come from?
Cassia cinnamon is originally from China, and has been grown there for thousands of years. It was first introduced into Europe in the 16th century and has been used there ever since. Cassia cinnamon is a member of the bay tree family and is related to other spices such as bay leaf and cloves. Cinnamon is made from the bark of the Cassia tree and the leaves are made from laurel.
What can you do with Cassia cinnamon?
Cassia cinnamon has a strong taste and aroma, and is often used in both desserts and savoury dishes. It is a common ingredient in cakes, biscuits, pies and other sweets. It is also used to flavour many savoury dishes such as curries and stews. Cassia cinnamon is also used in many traditional medicines, and is said to have numerous health benefits.
Cassia cinnamon is a strong spice, and should be used sparingly. Too much cinnamon can make a dish taste bitter. Cassia cinnamon is available ground or in whole sticks. It should be kept in a cool and dark place.
What is the difference between Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon?
Cassia and Ceylon cinnamon are two of the most popular types of cinnamon. They are used in many different ways, including as spices, seasonings and condiments. Cassia cinnamon is the most common type of cinnamon, while Ceylon cinnamon is considered the true cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon is made from the bark of the Chinese cinnamon tree, while Ceylon cinnamon is made from the bark of the Sri Lankan cinnamon tree.
Cassia cinnamon is sharper and has a harder taste than Ceylon cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon is sweeter and has a more delicate taste. When Ceylon cinnamon is used in baked goods, it gives your baked goods a more subtle taste. Cassia cinnamon is often used in savoury dishes, while Ceylon cinnamon is more often used in sweet dishes.
Cassia cinnamon from Indonesia
During the Vietnam War, the export of Cassia cinnamon from China and Vietnam came under pressure. Therefore, new cassia plantations were established in Indonesia. Consequently, a large part of Cassia cinnamon now comes from Indonesia. So does our Cassia cinnamon.
Where do I buy cassia cinnamon powder?
You can buy cassia cinnamon powder at Naturaplaza of course. In our web shop you can buy cassia cinnamon powder in convenient consumer packs or in slightly larger quantities of usually 1 kg. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any cassia cinnamon powder offers.
Cinnamon Powder Cassia BA Organic of premium quality
This is a certified organic product van top quality. Thanks to this certificate you know, that what you buy has been produced with care and consideration for people and nature.
The Organic certificate represents a 100% verified organic and reliable product. This product contains no added sugars, fats and other additives and it's production complies with all European demands and regulations concerning pesticides.
The cassia cinnamon powder we select come from all regions of the world. All products are inspected in Europe and most are also packed there. We regularly check and test the quality of our products.
Cinnamon Powder Cassia BA Organic of the brand Holyflavours
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- Adds a sharper and bitter taste to dishes
- Can be used in both sweet and savory dishes
- Versatile in use, from coffee to marinades
|According to taste
|Country of cultivation
|Private Label possible?
|317 kcal / 1329 KJ
|56 g (sugars: 55 g)
|3 g (saturated: 1 g)
(Translated from Dutch)