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Javantri consists of the essential oils, which gives out its peculiar rich aroma and a strong, warm taste. It is difficult to grind, so it is usually roasted until brittle, then grinded. It's mildly sweet flavor is commonly used in infusions, such as flavoring milk for a white sauce, or marinated with processed meats. Pickles and chutneys are also commonly spiced with javantri.