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Since approximately 2000 BCE, cinnamon has been a prized possession of many ancient nations. It originated in Egypt, but eventually traveled the world with middlemen of the spice trade. With its sweet woody fragrance and its spicy, sweet tasty, Cinnamon was a prized spice used by royals and nobles to make scrumptious savory meals, to scent holy anointing oils and to perfume a lover’s bed. Too expensive for common use, its source was kept a mystery, and fantastic tales we fabricated about its origin. We now know that it comes from the inner bark of several Cinnamomun trees native to South East Asia, but what you may not know, is that Cinnamon is a natural food preservative with a great source of manganese, fiber, iron, and calcium.
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