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Mace Spice – Best for Ayurveda Treatment

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    Mark Smith
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    Mace Spice surrounding webbing is referred to as a “aril.” The single, firm seed is located in the heart of the nutmeg. The only plant that can actually produce two spices from a single plant is nutmeg trees. Mace and nutmeg have comparable tastes, but mace’s flavor profile is less sweet and has a more pronounced bitter aftertaste. Moreover, mace has a finish that is more peppery with hints of coriander and pine mixed with citrus.

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    Mark Smith
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    The dried, pulverized seed of the Myristica fragrans tree is called nutmeg spice, and it’s used as a spice in a variety of recipes, including as baked products, braised leafy greens, sausage spices, and eggnog jugs. Although the Myristica fragrans tree is native to Indonesia, it is commonly cultivated in many other tropical locations, such as Guatemala, Grenada in the Caribbean, Sri Lanka, and Kerala in southern India.

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