Organic Cumin Ground 10 LB Pack
Our Organic Cumin Ground boasts a sophisticated array of nutty, earthy, and slightly peppery notes giving it a unique flavor often associated with a feeling of warmth. This delightful medley of flavors gives the spice extreme culinary versatility. It has become one of the most globally used and recognized spices.
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- STEAM STERILIZED ,NO CHEMICAL NOR RADITION USED FOR STERILIZATION
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Using at Home
Some traditional choices would be Indian style curries, Mediterranean dips such as hummus, or as a rub for Middle Eastern meat dishes particularly kabobs.
The spice can also be added to a bit of oil in a frying pan prior to sautéing veggies.
Mix it in with a favorite herbal tea mixture to impart a unique earthy fragrance.
Remember, heating the spice is required to fully capitalize on its mouth-watering-potential.
This gluten free cumin seed powder boasts a range of vitamins and minerals such as iron, manganese, copper, calcium, vitamin B1, and phosphorus.
The seeds have been long associated in traditional medicine as helping aid in digestion and more recently have been looked at for containing potentially anti-carcinogenic properties.
Our all-natural ground cumin seeds are directly sourced and treated without chemicals to ensure a pure and flavorful product.
Ground cumin seeds can be used to easily add flavorsome nutty-pepper layers to all sorts of savory dishes.
The spice is quite versatile and does a good job accentuating the natural flavors of savory dishes without being overpowering.
The seeds are delicately ground into a powder after the natural drying of a flowering plant's fruit.
The plant is believed to have originated in the Middle Eastern area, with its human usage dating back centuries.
It's well documentation in both historic text such as several mentions in the bible along with archaeological findings of its use to mummify in ancient Egypt.
Since then the spice spread into Europe where it became a common table amendment among Romans, as well as India where it became a pivotal part of their traditional dishes such as garam masala.
Later, the plant was brought to be cultivated in the Americas; completing its global culinary dominance and securing it as a truly universal fusion flavor.
Ingredients: Organic Cumin Ground