Nutmeg is a tree from which the ground seeds are extracted spice and from the outer bark of the seed is extracted another spice. Other products are aromatic oils and nutmeg butter.
The “nutmeg” spice tastes slightly sweet and delicate. It is used in the food processing industry, especially in seasoning meat products. Spices, sauces, baked goods and spices such as curry powder are also used in the spice.
Nutmeg, when taken in excessive amounts, can cause hallucinations (due to the psychoactive substance that is active in nutmegs, called myristicin, which is also used with antidepressants) nausea, dehydration and pain. Excessive spice consumption is dangerous and can lead to death.
Nutmeg is used to season baked goods as well as foods containing milk or cream such as sauces, creamed soups, creamed potatoes.
Nutmeg Flavor: slightly sweet and delicate
Nutmeg Color & Texture: Brown powder or whole
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