Pepper is thrown on the fire

Foods have no taste without spices. In addition to making food tastier, spices are also used as food preservatives and also have wide medicinal properties. Spices were among the most consumed and expensive products in Europe in the Middle Ages, the most common spices being black pepper, cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, ginger and cloves.

Shahsavand spice
In the culinary arts, the word spice refers to any dried part of a plant, other than the leaves, that is used to season and flavor a recipe, but not as the main ingredient. But why don't we often say nine dried leaves of spice? Because the leaves of plants that are used in dried form are considered medicinal plants. Any other part of the plant, including dry bark, roots, seeds, branches, or any other part of the plant except its leaves, is considered a spice. Today, India is the largest consumer, producer and exporter of spices in the world, and Indian spices are considered among the best and highest quality spices in the world.