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Cloves

Subtly flavor tomato-based meat stews by adding
a carrot stuck with 1 or 2 cloves to the pot. 

Cloves

Cloves have a strong flavor and aroma that combines spicy and sweet notes–one reason why it features in both sweet and savory recipes. It's more common in autumn and winter recipes because of this sense of "warmth" it imparts. 

It's no coincidence that the clove resembles a rose in miniature as this spice is actually the flower bud of a tree from the myrtle family (that includes the eucalyptus) and which grows mainly in Indonesia, Madagascar and Zanzibar. The bud is cut as it turns deep pink–that is, just before blossoming–and dried. 

The clove has more than just culinary use and is widely used in cosmetics, especially in perfume-making and for use in room fresheners. Members of the Chinese imperial court chewed on cloves to fresh their breaths while in Greece the spice has been known at least since Hippocrates as it was a key ingredient in his elixir. 

In the Greek kitchen, cloves are used in sweets, stewed fruits, beverages, but also in savory stews. In savory dishes, the clove is usually used whole while ground cloves are used mostly in sweets or cakes because of the more intense flavor. 
 
  
pork, beef, fruit, walnuts, honey

Tea is the most popular in India where it is known as chai–a sweet blend of black tea, spices, and milk. Make your own: for right cups, combine 6 cups of water, 6 black peppercorns, 6 cloves, 1 cinnamon stick, 2 cardamom seeds, and 8 Tbs. black tea. Boil together for 10 minutes, strain into cups, filling about 2/3 and top up with hot milk. Sweeten with honey to taste. 
cloves are rich in manganese? 

Cloves do more than just add flavor to food as they are rich in nutrients like manganese, which is necessary for regulating enzymes and for the thyroid. Cloves are high in eugenol that may help protect against environmental pollution. Cloves also have anti-inflammatory properties and trace quantities of omega-3 fatty acids. 

WHOLE CLOVES
(30 gr.)
GROUND CLOVES
(30 gr.)
GROUND CLOVES
(30 gr.)
WHOLE CLOVES
(30 gr.)
GROUND CLOVES
(30 gr.)
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