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Organic whole cumin seeds

Whole white cumin seeds have a warm, heavy earthy flavor with tart notes. Highly versatile spice, used in many spice blends. It enhances curries, meat, rice and vegetable dishes. It’s suited to savory dishes and has found popular use in India, North Africa, Middle East, Mexico, and America, and once upon a time in Eastern Europe too.

 

1g (1tsp) makes one stew serving four people.

  • For one person, 40 grams every 2 months.
  • For a family of four, 160 grams every two months.

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Whole white cumin seeds have a warm, heavy earthy flavor with tart notes. Highly versatile spice, used in many spice blends. It enhances curries, meat, rice and vegetable dishes. It’s suited to savory dishes and has found popular use in India, North Africa, Middle East, Mexico, and America, and once upon a time in Eastern Europe too.

 


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Whole white cumin seeds have a warm, heavy earthy flavor with tart notes. Highly versatile spice, used in many spice blends. It enhances curries, meat, rice and vegetable dishes. It’s suited to savory dishes and has found popular use in India, North Africa, Middle East, Mexico, and America, and once upon a time in Eastern Europe too.

 

Cumin is often used at the beginning of cooking when sauteing and make sauces or pastes.  Often cooked together with onion with which it also makes a good pairing.  It is one of the most widely used spices in Indian cooking and also very popular across Asian cooking.

Recipe ideas

  • Coat vegetables in Couscous recipes with grounded cumin
  • For Curries, Stews, Rice: heat in a little fat at the beginning to help bring it’s flavor out
  • Can also be added to herbal teas, balance with fennel, coriander seeds with rose.


  • Anti-oxidant
  • Relief from flatulence
  • Increases bile from the liver
  • Relief from indigestion
  • Improves digestion
  • Relief from diarrhea

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