A spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetable substance, mainly used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food.
xiangliaoh shih gan de zhoongzii, shuiiguoo, shuhgen, shuhpir, huoh shucaih, zhuuyaoh yohngyur shihwuh de tiaorweih, tiaorseh huoh farngfuu.
Spices are different from herbs, which are leafy plants used for flavoring or decorating.
xiangliaoh butorng xiangcaao, xiangcaao shih yohngyur tiaorweih huoh zhuangshih de duo-yeh zhirwuh.
Spices not only just excite your taste buds but are composed of an impressive list of phyto-nutrients, essential oils, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that are essential for overall wellness. Spices have been part of our food since centuries. Thanks to the Arab and European explorers, whose contributions in spreading them from their place of origin to the rest of the planet has immensely broaden their use and popularity all over the world.
Xiāngliào bùjǐn cìjī wèilěi, hái hányǒu fēngfù de zhíwù-yíngyǎngsù, jīngyóu, kàngyǎnghuàjì, kuàngwùzhì hé wéishēngsù, duì zhěngtǐ jiànkāng bìbùkěshǎo. Jǐgè shìjì yǐlái xiāngliào yīzhí shì wǒmen de shíwù. Yóuyú Ālābó hé Ōuzhōu tànxiǎnjiā de gòngxiàn, shǐ xiāngliào cóng yuánjídì chuánbō dào shìjiè qítā dìqū, jídàdi tuòkuān qí shǐyòng hé pǔjí shìjiè.