The correct answer is option(c) cinnamon. Cinnamon is neither a fruit nor seed. Cinnamon is a spice which is obtained from the bark of a tree named Cinnamomum verum or Ceylon cinnamon.
Answer – Option C is neither fruit nor seedCinnamonis the spice obtained from inner bark of tree. Other listed spices are obtained from seeds. Spices are aromatic constituents of food, which not only help with flavour but also provide various immune protective properties.
- 1 Which of the following is not a seed spice?
- 2 Is nutmeg a fruit or seed?
- 3 Is Cinnamon not a fruit or seed?
- 4 What are seed spices?
- 5 Which is queen of spices?
- 6 What is the fruit of nutmeg called?
- 7 What is the flower of nutmeg called?
- 8 Which plant part is use of nutmeg?
- 9 Can I grow a cinnamon tree?
- 10 What is cinnamon called in Chinese?
- 11 Is an example of spice?
- 12 What spices are roots?
- 13 What are spices give five examples?
Which of the following is not a seed spice?
Black Pepper is not a seed. Its plant yields a fruit known as peppercorn which is used as seasoning and spice. Peppercorns are nothing but the dried berries from the vine Piper nigrum.
Is nutmeg a fruit or seed?
Nutmeg is not a nut but it is a mega spice and as such pose no risk to persons who have nut allergies. Nutmeg is actually a fruit with a single seed which makes it a drupe, similar to an apricot.
Is Cinnamon not a fruit or seed?
Cinnamon is an evergreen tree characterized by oval-shaped leaves, thick bark, and a berry fruit. When harvesting the spice, the bark and leaves are the primary parts of the plant used. Cinnamon is cultivated by growing the tree for two years, then coppicing it, i.e., cutting the stems at ground level.
What are seed spices?
Common Spices Derived from Seeds
- Black Cumin.
- Black pepper.
- Brown mustard.
Which is queen of spices?
Cardamom or Elettaria Cardamomum Maton is one of the most highly prized and exotic spices and rightly deserves the name “queen of spices”. It is also commonly referred to as the “green cardamom” or the “true cardamom”, and belongs to the family of ginger.
What is the fruit of nutmeg called?
Myristica fragrans, normally thought of as just the receptacle from which the valuable spices nutmeg and mace are extracted, does have edible flesh, sometimes referred to as the ‘fruit-wall’.
What is the flower of nutmeg called?
Nutmeg flower (also known as Mace or Jathi flower ) is aril of the nutmeg seed shell. Our nutmeg flowers are collected from local growers inclined towards organic farming practices.
Which plant part is use of nutmeg?
Nutmeg is derived from the seed of Myristica fragrans, and the spice, mace, is derived from the seed coat. Current uses of the plant include the treatment of gastrointestinal disturbances, such as cramps, flatulence, and diarrhea.
Can I grow a cinnamon tree?
True Cinnamon is Cinnamomum verum, a small tree native to Sri Lanka. These gorgeous trees, with thier large glossy leaves and bronze to pink new growth are suitable for growing in pots or in the ground in tropical and even sub-tropical areas of Australia.
What is cinnamon called in Chinese?
Cinnamomum cassia, sometimes referred to as cassia or Chinese cinnamon, is the most common and commercially-available type in the United States and East Asia. In Chinese, it is known as guì pí (桂皮) or sometimes ròu guì (肉桂).
Is an example of spice?
Spices include cardamom, cinnamon, allspice, cloves, nutmeg, pepper, turmeric, ginger, mace, saffron, vanilla, cumin, dill seed and more.
What spices are roots?
Root spices are, rather surprisingly, rare. Roots:
- Asafetida (Ferula assa-foetida)
- Celery (Apium graveolens)
- Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
- Horseradish (Armoracia rusticana)
- Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
- Lovage (Levisticum officinale)
- Parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
What are spices give five examples?
Herbs and Spices come from different parts of the plant Examples are basil, rosemary, sage, thyme, parsley, and oregano. A spice can come from the root, stem, seed, fruit, flower or bark of the tree or plant. Examples are cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, star anise, and tumeric.