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Turmeric powder is an old flavor, a local of South East Asia, utilized from classical times as color and a topping. It is developed fundamentally in the West Indies, China, Taiwan, Australia, Java, Peru, Sri Lanka and Bengal.
It is still utilized as a part of ceremonies of the Hindu religion, and as a color for heavenly robes, being normal, unsynthesized and modest. Turmeric is in truth one of the least expensive flavors. In spite of the fact that as a color it is utilized correspondingly to saffron, the culinary employments of the two flavors ought not to be befuddled and ought to never supplant saffron in sustenance dishes. Its utilization goes back about 4000 years, to the Vedic culture in India where it was utilized as a culinary flavor and had some religious importance. The name gets from the Latin land merita worthy earth taking to the shade of powdered turmeric which looks like a mineral color. In numerous dialects turmeric is basically named as "yellow root".