Cumin

Cumin

The dried, ripe fruits of an annual herb of the parsley family, cumin is aromatic, warm, heavy, spicy and bitter. Used by Egyptians for mummifying bodies, Pliny refers to cumin as a good appetiser and it is said to aid digestion. Cumin is a key constituent of curry powder and high in potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron.

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