What is Ground Cinnamon and how it is made A cinnamon stick consists of 6 to 10 thin layers of a tree's inner bark, which curl up after being removed from the trunk. It is believed that the more delicate the bark, the more refined the cinnamon flavor. The bark is cut from the cut tree and dried. Only the thinnest inner layer of the bark gets used, and the outer part is disposed of. During this process, the bark rolled into thin rolls and cut into tubes 2-4 inches long. Ground Cinnamon sticks can be later turned into powdered cinnamon. There is a little difference between Organic Ground Cinnamon and organic cinnamon powder because it is the same. The only difference is the grind, which is more refined in powder. Taste and uses of Organic Ground Cinnamon Cinnamon has a delicate sweetish, slightly pungent, and astringent taste. You can add Organic Ground Cinnamon spice to baked goods at the stage of preparing the dough or sprinkle on cooked food. Cinnamon tastes warm and cozy in coffee and tea. In many cuisines of the world, this flavoring's spicy bitterness is the reason to add it to meat dishes, chicken, fish, marinades, and canned food. However, the most widespread use of cinnamon is the seasoning for desserts. It tastes great in chocolate, cakes, cookies, pies, muffins, and pastries. Traditionally, cinnamon is combined with apples, pears, and chocolate. Therefore, you can Organic Ground Cinnamon in bulk because you can find a way to use it in almost every dish. How to convert cinnamon sticks into Ground Cinnamon for recipes One oz of Ground Cinnamon is approximately 8 to 10 five-inch sticks. One three-inch-long stick of cinnamon equals 1/2 teaspoon of Ground Cinnamon.
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