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Cinnamon powder Cassia organic

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€3,45

  • Deep, full taste
  • Organic certified
  • Pure organic cassia cinnamon

    Our cassia cinnamon powder is 100% pure, unprocessed and contains no added substances. It is organically grown and therefore free of herbicides and pesticides.

    Warming Cassia Cinnamon

    This warm herb is often used in southern and eastern cuisine for hearty dishes. Cassia cinnamon is delicious with rice with chicken, meat dishes, Greek moussaka and throughout Chinese cuisine. Cassie cinnamon can also be used in desserts such as applesauce, puddings, rice pudding and pastries.

    Cinnamon drinks are also very popular. Cinnamon is delicious with mulled wine, grog, coffee, tea and chocolate milk.

    Cassia cinnamon versus Ceylon cinnamon

    The main difference between this cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) and Ceylon cinnamon is the coumarin content. Cassia contains about 2g to 5g of coumarins, while Ceylon cinnamon only contains about 0.015g of coumarins. The less, the healthier.

    Almost all of the cinnamon you find in shops is cassia cinnamon.

    Cassia cinnamon in the kitchen

    Cassia cinnamon adds a strong flavour to meat and sour dishes.

    Cinnamon is also widely used in the East: It is an ingredient in the famous Chinese five-spice powder. Cassie is used in Indian curries and in paneer. African dishes, such as tagines, also contain the sweet cassia cinnamon.

    Ingredients

    Certified organic Ceylon cinnamon powder. No additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

Cinnamon powder Cassia organic

100 gr / 1

€3,45

  • Pure organic cassia cinnamon

    Our cassia cinnamon powder is 100% pure, unprocessed and contains no added substances. It is organically grown and therefore free of herbicides and pesticides.

    Warming Cassia Cinnamon

    This warm herb is often used in southern and eastern cuisine for hearty dishes. Cassia cinnamon is delicious with rice with chicken, meat dishes, Greek moussaka and throughout Chinese cuisine. Cassie cinnamon can also be used in desserts such as applesauce, puddings, rice pudding and pastries.

    Cinnamon drinks are also very popular. Cinnamon is delicious with mulled wine, grog, coffee, tea and chocolate milk.

    Cassia cinnamon versus Ceylon cinnamon

    The main difference between this cassia (Cinnamomum cassia) and Ceylon cinnamon is the coumarin content. Cassia contains about 2g to 5g of coumarins, while Ceylon cinnamon only contains about 0.015g of coumarins. The less, the healthier.

    Almost all of the cinnamon you find in shops is cassia cinnamon.

    Cassia cinnamon in the kitchen

    Cassia cinnamon adds a strong flavour to meat and sour dishes.

    Cinnamon is also widely used in the East: It is an ingredient in the famous Chinese five-spice powder. Cassie is used in Indian curries and in paneer. African dishes, such as tagines, also contain the sweet cassia cinnamon.

    Ingredients

    Certified organic Ceylon cinnamon powder. No additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.