Grated spice. Its unique, spicy aroma gives flavor to many recipes, while spice essential oils are widely used in cosmetology and botany. Homeland Central and South America (perhaps the West Indies) thrives, however, so much in Jamaica, that eventually this exotic island supplies the entire planet with spice.
In the kitchen, the spice adds its own, exotic aroma, to both savory and sweet preparations. It is most often recommended for various sauces or for meats cooked with tomatoes, for marinades with game, for the pickling of cold cuts and the Germans use it in most of their sausages.