Originally Posted by Dagger
see why reading things on the internet is bla bla and you come to sites like this for answers. Figure people who make their living cooking and studied food prep must have first hand knowledge. I do not think of 1 tsp of cinnamon to be a large amount. How long does it remain in your system, what is it's half life, has anyone died of cinnamon poisoning.
http://www.today.com/parents/poison-centers-warn-about-cinnamon-challenge-470441 kids again
I usually never search for answers to food questions I have. I ask here. I absolutely agree the internet is bla bla bla and almost always after reading there is usually some kind of agenda involved.
You can usually find a contradiction for any question about food. It funny when you address a question and answer it from experience and then it's followed with something searched
from an unknown source that totally contradicts you.
It's like medicine, I've had enough big treatments that I never ask a doctor what are the effects. It's always "should not be a problem". You need to go to the nurses who administer the treatment
and work in the trenches. They'll tell ya " honey, your going to be real sick and this and that".
I din't realize my neighbor gave me korintje cinnamon. I use it in the bakery. Cinnabon renamed it makaraina or something, maybe I'll give it another name like IMPORTED PUFFALOP, Panini's secret ingredient.