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What Clove herb Is:
For both culinary and medicinal purposes, clove has been around since before Christ's birth. At first available only in the East, clove became one of the hottest commodities among early European traders. Today the evergreen is grown in, among other countries, Brazil, Jamaica, Tanzania, and Indonesia. Its shiny leaves are covered with fragrance-releasing glands, but its small flowers, which are what you have in your spice rack, are even more aromatic. (Actually, you don't have the flowers in your flavor arsenal; you have the buds that were picked and dried before blooming.) Clove oil is also extracted from the buds.
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