Herb and Spice Facts

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Pimerta dioica (a dicot)
This spice loses flavour fast once powdered
A single saffron flower has this many stigmas
What is the King of spices?
'North American cinnamon'
The flavour umami can also be called
Rosemary is native to
Allium porrum
Allium sativum
Nutmeg is from this plant part
The volatile oil of cinnamon is
Syzgium aromaticum
Origanum vulgare
 
What country is the modern major supplier of cinnamon?
Oriental Magnoliopsida spice from a medium-sized tree
This spice has been noted to relieve pain and help with rheumatism, flu and colds
Vanilla grows on this plant structure
These are plant substances that release a fragrance when burned
This age was marked with few spices available in Europe
In alphabetical order, the 4 flavours are
Herbs are distinguishable from spices because herbs generally come from a plant's
Mentha spicata
Allium cepa
Black pepper is from this plant part
Ginger is from this plant part
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Cinnamon: Magnoliopsida or Liliopsida?
The active chemical of cloves
This spice's fruit must be eaten by a bird to germinate
A good generalization is that herbs come from BLANK regions while spices come from BLANK regions
Allium schoenoprasum
A 'vermifuge' is a substance which kills
Cinnamon is mostly
Cloves are from this plant part
Turmeric is from this plant part
Biggest producer of cloves
The type of fruit of Piper nigrum is a
Trigeminal nerves are stimulated upon this sensation
Curcuma longa
This spice can treat upset stomach and nausea, and has anticancer, antiinflammatory and antioxidant properties
This spice has been used for antibacterial and antiseptic properties, for toothaches, and in perfumes and soaps
Cloves are native to
The spice from saffron is from its
Bacteria and fungi are inhibited by these compounds
A small tree, native to China/Vietnam, with a star shaped fruit
3 most expensive spices, in order
This plant's oil is used to flavour liquorice,cakes and biscuits
Apiaceae are rich in these two vitamins
A perennial spice with a name derived from Sanskrit stringa-vera
Rome was held ransom for 3000 pounds of this spice
This spice is propagated via corms
A dicot spice native to the Spice Islands

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