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Cloves - What are Cloves? - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Definition: Cloves are a spice that is harvested from the dried flower bud of the clove tree. The clove tree is a type of tropical evergreen from the myrtle family.
Cloves - What You Need to Know About Using Them
Sep 23, 2014 ... Sourced from an evergreen tree that grows in Asia and South America, clove is a natural substance said to offer several health benefits.
What Are Cloves? - Culinary Definition - Culinary Arts - About.com
What are Cloves? In the culinary arts, cloves are a spice that are made from the flower buds of the clove tree, which are then dried and ...
Laung - Lavang - Cloves - Indian Food - About.com
Laung is dark, blackish-brown in color and shaped like a nail. In fact it got its name, thanks to its shape, from the Latin word clavus which means nail! Cloves are ...
Cloves - Greek Spices - Garifalo - Buying and Cooking Guide
In Greek cooking, cloves are mainly used in sweets, cakes, and preserves, however they can also be used in recipes for meats and, in combination with other ...
How and Why Clove Oil Is Used in Dentistry - Dental Care - About.com
Jun 2, 2014 ... Clove oil has been used in dentistry for over a century. Find out how this oil is used to treat toothaches.
What are Cloves? - Latin Caribbean Food - About.com
What are cloves and how to use them in Caribbean cuisine, cooking, food, and recipes.
Two Natural Remedies for Toothache
Clove oil contains eugenol, a natural pain killer and antibacterial. Mix 2 to 3 drops of pure clove oil with 1/4 teaspoon olive oil. Saturate a cotton ball with the ...
What are Cloves? Description, Uses, Purchasing and Storage.
Cloves are a dried flower bud with a pungent flavor and aroma. This warm and sweet spice is popular around the world.
Ground Clove Substitute - Frugal Living - About.com
May 16, 2014 ... Save yourself a trip to the store and some cash by using this ground clove substitute.
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