Kitchen Tools for Vegans Who Love to Cook!

We came up with the idea of writing about kitchen tools for vegans when I realized that preparing healthy, tasty vegan meals requires a set of tools that not everybody has in a typical kitchen. As you start preparing more whole-food, plant-based (and sometimes even raw!) meals, you’ll see how these tools are not gadgets but really helpful companions on your vegan journey.

Ceylon Cinnamon

When It Can Be Better Than Cassia
There are basically two categories of cinnamon spice, Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon. Cassia is frequently used as a generic term for some species in the genus Cinnamomum. The major ones include C. cassia, C. burmannii and C. loureiroi. Ceylon cinnamon is the bark derived from the Cinnamomum verum tree species native to Sri Lanka, which was formerly known as Ceylon before 1972 and also the home of Ceylon black tea. Different than the common cassia cinnamon like Cinnamomum burmannii found in most kitchen spice racks; Ceylon is a less pungent variety that has a sweeter taste. Learn more about when Ceylon might be preferred.

When It Can Be Better Than Cassia
There are basically two categories of cinnamon spice, Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon. Cassia is frequently used as a generic term for some species in the genus Cinnamomum. The major ones include C. cassia, C. burmannii and C. loureiroi. Ceylon cinnamon is the bark derived from the Cinnamomum verum tree species native to Sri Lanka, which was formerly known as Ceylon before 1972 and also the home of Ceylon black tea. Different than the common cassia cinnamon like Cinnamomum burmannii found in most kitchen spice racks; Ceylon is a less pungent variety that has a sweeter taste. Learn more about when Ceylon might be preferred.

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