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What is your CINNAMON IQ?

I love cinnamon for both its taste and aroma. ย See how much you know about this glorious spice! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Question of

    How tall does the average cinnamon tree grow?

    • 60 ft.
    • 90 ft.
    • 40 ft.
    • 72 ft.
  • Question of

    Which animal took social media by storm when it stole a full-sized cinnamon bun off of a table?

    • squirrel
    • dog
    • cat
    • rat
  • Question of

    The oil extracted from cinnamon is called _________. It can be used as a local anesthetic and antiseptic by dentists?

    • eugenol
    • fibernol
    • cinnerol
    • emgenol
  • Question of

    Use of cinnamon sticks can lead to mouth ulcers and _______ swelling.

    • nose
    • gum
    • throat
    • lung
  • Question of

    The cinnamon stick is also known as a ______, due to its thin straight look.

    • cane
    • shaft
    • quill
    • staff
  • Question of

    What month is ‘National Cinnamon Roll Day’ celebrated in Sweden?

    • June
    • October
    • December
    • May
  • Question of

    According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest cinnamon roll was created in May/2013 in this country?

    • Sweden
    • Germany
    • Canada
    • United States
  • Question of

    The bark of cinnamon is one of few spices than can be eaten ________?

    • raw
    • immediately after boiling
    • as soon as it’s soaked overnight
    • as long it’s coated with powdered sugar


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  1. “You got 4 out of 8 right! Not so bad! Maybe cinnamon isnโ€™t one of your favorites?”
    Well I do love cinnamon, but I guess there’s a lot I didn’t know about it ๐Ÿ™‚ Just wondering about the last question… I’m fairly sure most spices can be eaten raw. Cloves, fennel seed, cumin, caraway, coriander, ginger…?

    • That’s true, but think they were referring to the bark (possibly some other spices that have bark you cannot eat raw – guessing here?) Thanks for the comment and playing. ๐Ÿ™‚