Which “Spice” Are You? A blog surrounding the personality of spices and how they affect your day.

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I love the idea of getting to know each other and the way we talk about food. It is such a big part of our lives that it makes sense to learn more about it and how we can apply what we know to create better days.

So, I would like you to explore your personality today. Which spice are you? Are you spicy or mild? What do you have to offer to the world? And what can the world offer back?

Let’s see where this takes us!

Spices are some of the most important ingredients in cooking, and they can be pretty confusing. Luckily, you’ve come across Five Spice, a blog that will teach you all you need to know about spices!

Whether you’re a beginner or an expert on spices, Five Spice will have something for you! You can read “Spice of the Month” articles to learn more about individual spices and discover how different spices can be used in your cooking. Also check out “Recipe of the Week” articles to find new ways to incorporate different spices into your favorite meals. “The Science of Spices” articles will teach you about what makes each spice unique and why some are so good for you! You can also comment on any article to ask questions or share your own experiences with these colorful ingredients!

If you’re looking for recipes or have an idea for a new article, please don’t hesitate to contact me at five_spice@yahoo.com . I hope you enjoy Five Spice as much as I enjoy sharing with you!**

I hope you enjoy this blog. It is designed to be a place where people can go to read about the five spices of life and how they affect our lives. The descriptions of the five spices are short but packed with information about each spice. I have taken some time to research each spice and the history behind it. In addition, I researched the personality traits that accompany each spice. I hope you find this blog useful and informative.

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*Five Spices:*

Pepper-Hot & Sexy

Salt-Old School & Conservative

Cinnamon-Sweet & Sensual

Cumin-Persistent & Strong

Chili Powder-Spicy & Fiery

The word spice comes from the Latin word “species”, meaning “the individual make-up of a person, particularly his temperament.” In other words, it is the unique combination of characteristics that makes up every individual.

But there are five basic personality types that fit into most people!

So let’s explore them!

The five personalities are:

There is nothing wrong with being a certain personality type; they are just like spices in that they all have their own unique flavor. Discovering which one describes you best can be a fun and enlightening process. I hope it will be for you too!

A study conducted by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology revealed that pepper is the spice that makes you most aggressive. The second most aggressive was oregano. The third most aggressive was red chili powder. The fourth most aggressive was cinnamon. And the fifth most aggressive was black pepper, which you’ll find in Chinese five-spice powder (along with star anise, cloves, and fennel seeds).

Dried pepper has long been used as a weapon in hot sauce form to ward off animals from fruit trees and other plants, so it’s possible this is where we get our association between spicy food and aggression from. However, pepper is also used in dishes around the world to signify hospitality and generosity—which may be a bit more comforting to know when you’re biting into that vindaloo for lunch.

I am sure there are many out there that love to cook, but I’m here to tell you that it can be a lot of work. I don’t know about you, but cleaning up after cooking is my least favorite part. In fact, sometimes I just want to eat out. Well, what about the cooking? This is where spices come in handy. Whether you purchase them or grow them in your own garden, they are very inexpensive and can save you a lot of time and money in the long run by reducing the amount of dishes you have to do.

Tumeric: You may think that tumeric is only good on Indian food or Thai food, but this spice is also great when added to French dishes, especially soups and stews. You can also use it as a dye for wool and silk.

Elixir: This spice comes from the bark of the Cinchona tree. It is used as an antispasmodic, febrifuge (reduces fever) and tonic (increases strength). It is also used for headaches caused by stress and tension.

Cloves: Cloves have been used throughout history for their medicinal properties as well as their flavor and fragrance. They have a numbing sensation when tasting them alone

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