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Sprinkle a toucj over vanilla ice cream, custard, or rice pudding. 


In appearance, the nutmeg is like a tiny coconut–small, round, with a rough surface. At first nutmeg tastes sweet but then turns bitter, which may be nature's way of limiting its consumption as nutmeg is believed to be toxic in large quantities. 

Nutmeg is the seed of a tree that is native to Indonesia but which is now cultivated in other parts of the world, including Malaysia and some Caribbean islands. 

The spice was introduced into Europe in the 17th century and demand was such that it triggered a commercial confrontation between the English and the Dutch. 

In Greek cuisine, nutmeg is used in sweets combining nuts, phyllo and syrup but it's also used in some savory items, most notably bechamel sauce and cheesepie. 
cinnamon, cheese, pumpkin, coffee, honey-based sweets, liqueur, dairy, apples

Make your own room freshener by simmering 2 cups water, 1 apple cut into slices, 2 Tbs. nutmeg, 2 cinnamon sticks, 2 whole cloves, 1 tsp. vanilla, 1 tsp. grated orange rind for at least 1 hour. Refrigerate. Reheat every time you want to freshen the air. 
nutmeg was used as an aphrodisiac in the Arab countries
and China? 

Nutmeg contains several natural chemicals that affect the nervous system such as myristicin. A small dose of nutmeg is believed to stimulate the libido of both men and women. This may be the reason that some holistic therapies recommend nutmeg as a relaxant for those suffering from asthma as well as to combat stress and depression. (Beware though because increasing the dosage of nutmeg doesn't increase its effectiveness and could be poisonous.)

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