Described as woody and sweet, cinnamon is mostly known for its warm contribution in a number of spiced desserts and breakfast items. However, cinnamon can also serve double duty in savory dishes in braised dishes and soups.
Taste: Sweet, warm, bitter
Most Popular Use: Baked goods, spice blends
A sprinkle of this spice can add flavor without adding salt, carbs, or calories. Some studies suggest it also can help the body use insulin better and may lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes.
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