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Softneck cultivars, on the other hand, yield a greater number of cloves and generally a larger bulb.
Water absorption rate for flour blend contained cinnamon along with clove (2:1) and oregano and thyme (2:2) was 55.
Clove oil is not completely soluble in sea water below 28[degrees]C.
In 2013, the clove was still its single major cash crop with 90% produced on the island of Pemba, according to Unesco.
Since the aqueous extract of clove has bacteriostatic and bactericidal activity against all test isolates that were resistant against various antibiotics tested so its effective use can be made in therapy for infections caused by such bacterial pathogens as in recent years multidrug resistance has emerged among pathogenic bacteria against antibiotic therapy.
Still on the heat, sit the bird breast up and surround with the garlic cloves, thyme and bay.
In a non-metallic bowl place the mutton, onions, garlic, thyme, curry powder, allspice, cloves, bay leaves and oil.
But clove oil poisoning is rare and only a few cases have been reported.
In a large frying pan, flavour 2-3 tablespoons oil with 1 clove garlic once more.
Lots of clove, like clove gum," said Phil Simpson, "and a little peppery, hint of spice in the aftertaste.
The agent found in the clove extract is capable of killing cancer cells in the human body.