USING CASSIA WHEN PICKLING

Michigan State University Extension
Preserving Food Safely - 01600562
10/13/97

USING CASSIA WHEN PICKLING


  Some  old-fashioned  pickle  recipes  call  for  "cassia".
According  to  information  in the December, 1977  issue  of
Sphere  magazine,  most of the cinnamon  imported  into  the
United  States is the hearty, rust-colored cinnamon  cassia.
Spice importers know it as "cassia", but package labels  say
cinnamon.                                                   


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