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“Unlike many of the spice's aficionados, Mr. Dacosta doesn't assign superlatives to La Mancha saffron.”
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“In the lobster medallion dish, tradition met technology to create the best Spanish taste memory I've never had: the lush lobster was sweet with fruity olive oil, and the paprika foam on top was the perfect way to distribute the spice's strong but eminently Spanish smoky flavor.”
“Volcano vaporizer, the Digit, shows the exact temperature status of the herb or spice's filtering process, through an internal sensor.”
“Curcumin is an "active component" in the spice's effect on cancer cells, but it is scarce in nature, he said.”
“The really brilliant touch, however, is that because her containers are plastic, she simply uses a washable marker to write the spice's name on the lid.”
“Aside from its great taste, cinnamon also has one of the highest antioxidant contents of the entire vegetable world, a property that is linked in large part to the spice's huge content of complex polyphenols called proanthocyanidin.”
“This effect is not caused by the cinnamaldehyde, the compound responsible for the spice's aroma, but rather by a group of proanthocyanidins found in large quantities in cinnamon.”
“Use airtight containers such as tin or glass to keep moisture out and preserve the spice's oils.”
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