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This spice is also present in your kitchen, and you can die from it if you use it too much

This spice is also present in your kitchen, and you can die from it if you use it too much

Mashed potatoes, béchamel sauce. We use these spices in many places, and they give food a wonderful taste, but they may also be dangerous.

It can also be used as medicine, but no one puts it in their pocket

Nutmeg is the seed of a tropical plant used as a spice and medicinal herb. The nutmeg tree itself is native to Malaysia, but is also grown in Indonesia, the West Indies, and Brazil.

The nutmeg tree can grow up to a height of 15-20 meters, and it is an evergreen plant. It gives its first fruits at the age of 7 years, and its fruits continue for about a century. The yellow fruits, 8 to 10 centimeters long, contain the seeds, i.e. nutmeg, which are surrounded by a red layer of seeds.

It is ground in house and also available in whole form. If we buy it last, we'll need a kitchen grater. It is very hard, so it would be completely impossible to eat, and it is dangerous.

However, why does it work as a medicine? Are these spices expensive if we consume a lot of them? We answer it all in our gallery!

Are you also a fan of Hungarian food and paprika? You are in the best place.

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