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Q: Why is nutmegs called nutmeg in football?
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Where does nutmegs come from?

nutmeg comes from the spice islands in Indonesia

What year was nutmeg brought to grenada?

Nutmegs were introduced to Grenada on Mrach 3rd, 1967.

How much whole nutmegs equals ground nutmegs?

I was searching the net for this precise answer - I found your question before I found the answer! Anyway, if you're still looking for an answer I found another website that said a whole nutmeg yield 2 to 3 teaspoons of ground nutmeg.

Can another spice be substituted for cardamom?

Nothing tastes like cardamom. Cardamom substitutes are ground nutmegs, mace, ground cinnamon, ground cloves. Make sure you use these spices in certain combinations like equal parts of nutmeg and cinnamon or cinnamon and ground clove or ground clove and nutmegs.

What products are made from nutmeg?

Pumpkin pie and sweet potato pie. I always put nutmeg on my beef stroganoff also.

How tons of nutmeg can be loaded in 20 feet container?

First put the nutmegs in sacks. then people or fork-lift trucks can be used to load them into a container.

What do nutmegs eat?

Nutmegs don't eat anything, they grow on trees.

What are the effects of nutmeg?

While not poisonous to people when consumed in normal amounts, a teaspoon or more of nutmeg in one dose can have serious side effects. Nutmeg contains a narcotic called myristicin. In large doses (a full teaspoon or more of ground nutmeg, or 1-3 whole nutmegs) at one time, nutmeg can be poisonous or even hallucinogenic, and cause nausea, vomiting and circulatory collapse.

What to use instead of mace in a recipe?

Mace is the outer covering of nutmeg, and is lighter in taste and color than the interior of the nutmeg. It's mostly used in baking, especially cookies. Buying whole nutmegs and gently grating the hard shell is much cheaper than buying ground mace, which has a short shelf life and is not often called for in recipes.

What is nutmeg called in Hindi?

The kernel of the fruit of the nutmeg tree (Myristica fragrans), a native of the Molucca Islands, but cultivated elsewhere in the tropics.

What is the difference beween nutmeg whole and nutmeg shell?

I believe outer covering of nutmeg is called mace.

When the ball goes through your legs in soccer is it called a nutmeg or a nuddy?