CUMIN seeds have been found in the tombs of Pharaohs. Today CUMIN is found to be an essential spice in many cuisines: Mexican, Indian, and Moroccan to name a few. Freshly ground CUMIN is very pungent and has a sweet, pine-like aroma. It can be dry roasted first to bring out a nuttiness, which does mute the top piney notes. Be cautious and use this spice sparingly in dishes as it can over power them.
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