Cumin
Cumin
Cumin
Cumin

Cumin

From its ancient origins in Iran and the Mediterranean, cumin has long been believed to possess medicinal qualities and its seeds were thought to keep lovers from straying. A dominant spice in Indian, Vietnamese and Mexican cuisines, the strong, earthy flavor develops a nutty aroma when toasted and brings out the sweetness in almost any dish.

 

Flavor Notes +

Warm, bold, peppery

Usage +

Cumin is the perfect accompaniment to stews, curries and East Asian inspired meals. When toasted, it develops a nutty aroma and can bring out the sweetness in almost any dish.

Benefits +

Increased cognition, relaxing + aid in digestion