#Mace or #Javitri (Myristica fragrans) plant is a member of the #Myristicaceae (Nutmeg family). It comes from a fruit of the evergreen tree usually 9-12 mtr high. In the processing of mace, the crimson-colored #aril is removed from the nutmeg #seed that it envelops.
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What is Mace? Mace is a yellowish-brown spice that is derived from the dried lacy coating of the nutmeg seed. Available in ground form and as dried “blades,” it is often paired with other aromatic spices. Mace figures prominently in Asian, Caribbean, Indian, and Moroccan cuisines, and is also used in British, Dutch, and French cooking. It is commonly found in spice blends and baked goods, as well as savoury dishes like soups, sauces, and poultry and fish recipes.
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