Can You Eat Whole Cloves?

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Cloves are used to spice up our food. Most often cloves are ground when used in food preparation out of convenience. It is easier to measure and can be absorbed by food quicker. However whole cloves can be used in food preparation as well. Some people eat whole cloves directly for their flavor, as a breather freshner, or to settle the stomach.
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Can You Eat Whole Cloves?
Whole cloves stud hams and oranges at holiday gatherings and are added to Asian, Mexican and European inspired dishes such as soups, stock, curries and stir fries. Before you eat a dish featuring whole cloves, remove the whole spices. The whole clove... More »
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