Spices considered “sweet” in America are used internationally to add flavor to savory and piquant recipes.
I think spices are the hidden fountain of health; they work as powerful anti-inflammatories, treating this condition associated with many chronic diseases such as cancer, arthritis, and psoriasis among others.
Spices also happen to be fat-free and don’t add calories. But, in order to reap the benefits of these spices, you have to eat more of them on a regularly basis – more than you can get by filling up on heavy desserts.
Check out my latest post on AOL on ways to add sweet spices to savory foods!
- I call cinnamon, “America’s favorite spice”. Nor only can you find it in millions of recipes and products, but I have never met anyone who doesn’t like cinnamon.
- Vanilla bean is a quintessential flavoring that has been prized for centuries by countless cultures for its complex creamy, yet sometimes spicy flavor. Let me tell you more about its history, health benefits and quick and delicious uses for the vanilla bean.