Spices from a preschool manufactory


Spices from the preschool manufactory are workshops, where children get to know spices from all over the world. They can see, among other things, what the ginger root and flower look like, try some fresh ginger and cinnamon, touch and smell the saffron, which is the most expensive spice in the world as well as see and compare rock salt with salt deposited on stones from the Dead Sea. During the classes, the children look at the items for making spices and then use them to make a ready-made mixture of spices for gingerbread from the bark of cinnamon, cardamom, red and white peppercorns, anxious, nutmeg, allspice, cilantro, ginger and cloves.