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Cassia
 

Pictured above; Shaved Cassia bark

 
 
 
 

Cassia, also called Chinese Cinnamon, Common name for the spice derived from the aromatic bark of the evergreen cassia tree.

Similar to cinnamon, cassia bark has a more pungent, less delicate flavor. Native to China Vietnam and Indonesia with Chinese cassia being less aromatic. Cassia bark is used as a flavoring in cooking and is particularly popular in Asia and southern Europe.

 
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