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Vanilla is a flavoring ingredient produced from the Vanilla genus, especially Vanilla planifolia. The word "vanilla" comes from the Spanish word Vanyaa, which means "pod".

Tea has been a beverage cherished for centuries, appreciated not only for its soothing warmth but also for its diverse flavors. One intriguing tradition that has stood the test of time is the incorporation of cinnamon into tea.

Spices have been captivating our senses for centuries, transforming ordinary dishes into culinary masterpieces. From the piquancy of chili peppers to the warmth of cinnamon, the world of spices is a treasure trove of flavors waiting to be explored. Beyond their culinary allure, spices possess a fascinating science behind their distinct tastes and aromas.

Cinnamon or with the scientific name Cinnamomum is a type of tree that produces spices. Cinnamomum zeylanicum belongs to the type of spice produced from the dry inner skin, which is very flavorful, sweet and spicy. People used to use spices in sweet baked foods, hot wine even had medicinal uses.

Cloves (Syzygium aromaticum) is a original Indonesian spices. Cloves is an endemic plant in North Maluku, which is found in Ternate, Moti, Tidore, Makian, and Bacan. In addition, cloves are also found in other regions, one of which is East Java.

The history of colonialism in Indonesia is intricately linked to the lucrative spice trade that played a significant role in shaping the Indonesian destiny.

Finding efficient and eco-friendly alternatives to traditional energy sources is crucial. One such solution that has gained prominence in recent years is briquettes.

Cardamom is a type of spice produced from the seeds of several plants from the genera Elettaria and Amomum in the Zingiberaceae family (ginger family).

Moisture content refers to the amount of water present in a substance. In the case of spices, the moisture content can have an impact on their taste, shelf life and cooking method

Spices such as cloves, cinnamon, black pepper, and the like are irreplaceable spices in our kitchen. They can give flavor, aroma, and flavor to the dishes we make. However, to maintain the quality of this spice, we need to know how to properly care for it.

Indonesia, with its lush tropical landscapes and diverse culinary heritage, is a land blessed with a rich abundance of spices. These aromatic treasures have been woven into the tapestry of Indonesian culture for centuries, enhancing the flavors, aromas, and colors of its traditional cuisine. From the vibrant turmeric to the fiery chili peppers, the aromatic cloves to the exotic nutmeg, Indonesian spices have captivated taste buds and enchanted palates around the world.

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