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sometimes i think it really must be.


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sometimes i think it really must be.


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Can be! Any plant substance can be.

Tobacco for Nicotine, etc.

But not cannabis, because cannabis is NOT addictive, but can be habitual.


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Cardamom is a spice that I'm not too familiar with even though it's used in various curries popular in Hawaii. My Swedish step mom uses it a lot in baked goods. I don't ever use the stuff, unless it's in curry powder. It's one of the lesser know spices on this rock.
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Cardamom is a spice that I'm not too familiar with even though it's used in various curries popular in Hawaii. My Swedish step mom uses it a lot in baked goods. I don't ever use the stuff, unless it's in curry powder. It's one of the lesser know spices on this rock.


even though it's used in various curries popular in Hawaii


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My guess is that if you're Scandinavian or Indian or from some Middle Eastern countries, it could be. My Swedish step-mom might certainly be addicted to the stuff. I can't imagine her not making breads, rolls, or cookies without it. It's the taste of Scandinavia. Mostly, Americans don't use cardamom.. I've only used it one time in my life.
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My guess is that if you're Scandinavian or Indian or from some Middle Eastern countries, it could be. My Swedish step-mom might certainly be addicted to the stuff. I can't imagine her not making breads, rolls, or cookies without it. It's the taste of Scandinavia. Mostly, Americans don't use cardamom. I've only used it one time in my life.


The only time I had cardamom in bread, it was home made by an Anglo
Australian with a link to Slovakia. Beats me how I can turn that into
a blanket statement!
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On Fri, 31 Jul 2020 19:38:01 -0700 (PDT), dsi1
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On Friday, July 31, 2020 at 2:26:08 PM UTC-10, songbird wrote:
sometimes i think it really must be.


songbird


My guess is that if you're Scandinavian or Indian or from some Middle Eastern countries, it could be. My Swedish step-mom might certainly be addicted to the stuff. I can't imagine her not making breads, rolls, or cookies without it. It's the taste of Scandinavia. Mostly, Americans don't use cardamom. I've only used it one time in my life.


The only time I had cardamom in bread, it was home made by an Anglo
Australian with a link to Slovakia. Beats me how I can turn that into
a blanket statement!


My guess is that cardamom is not a popular spice where you reside. That's my blanket statement since you're too chicken to give your opinion on the matter.
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On Fri, 31 Jul 2020 19:38:01 -0700 (PDT), dsi1
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On Friday, July 31, 2020 at 2:26:08 PM UTC-10, songbird wrote:
sometimes i think it really must be.


songbird

My guess is that if you're Scandinavian or Indian or from some Middle Eastern countries, it could be. My Swedish step-mom might certainly be addicted to the stuff. I can't imagine her not making breads, rolls, or cookies without it. It's the taste of Scandinavia. Mostly, Americans don't use cardamom. I've only used it one time in my life.


The only time I had cardamom in bread, it was home made by an Anglo
Australian with a link to Slovakia. Beats me how I can turn that into
a blanket statement!


My guess is that cardamom is not a popular spice where you reside. That's my blanket statement since you're too chicken to give your opinion on the matter.


Pay no mind. Druce was just sniffing your ass.


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On Friday, July 31, 2020 at 4:44:51 PM UTC-10, Bruce wrote:
On Fri, 31 Jul 2020 19:38:01 -0700 (PDT), dsi1
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On Friday, July 31, 2020 at 2:26:08 PM UTC-10, songbird wrote:
sometimes i think it really must be.


songbird

My guess is that if you're Scandinavian or Indian or from some Middle Eastern countries, it could be. My Swedish step-mom might certainly be addicted to the stuff. I can't imagine her not making breads, rolls, or cookies without it. It's the taste of Scandinavia. Mostly, Americans don't use cardamom. I've only used it one time in my life.


The only time I had cardamom in bread, it was home made by an Anglo
Australian with a link to Slovakia. Beats me how I can turn that into
a blanket statement!


My guess is that cardamom is not a popular spice where you reside. That's my blanket statement since you're too chicken to give your opinion on the matter.


Lol, yes I'm too chicken to give my opinion on cardamom use in
Australia. It's a very sensitive matter, you know


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Lol, yes I'm too chicken to give my opinion on cardamom use in
Australia. It's a very sensitive matter, you know


haha, funny people...

my first time having it was in a Finnish bread from
a bakery in the college town. ever since then i've
enjoyed it. Turkish coffee, Indian curries, baked
goodies. i didn't know how much i was missing it until
recently when someone gave us some bread that included
some toasted cardamom bread.


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No. But it is a very enjoyable flavor. It makes a great addition
to either rice or bread pudding.

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No. But it is a very enjoyable flavor. It makes a great addition
to either rice or bread pudding.


i think it is a very unusual flavor and that is one
reason i like it.


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No. But it is a very enjoyable flavor. It makes a great addition
to either rice or bread pudding.

Cindy Hamilton

I used to have a very large jar of cardamom seeds (not pods) at least
150g. During a house move, my then wife put it in the garbage. That
wasn't the reason we eventually divorced.
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John Kuthe wrote:

On Friday, July 31, 2020 at 7:26:08 PM UTC-5, songbird wrote:
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Can be! Any plant substance can be.

Tobacco for Nicotine, etc.

But not cannabis, because cannabis is NOT addictive, but can be habitual.


John Kuthe, RN, BSN...



In your case, John, cannabis is "habitually addictive"...

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