The plant itself is a flower, with the seeds of its dried fruit forming what we call cumin seasoning. The ancient Greeks used cumin as a table condiment, much as Moroccan people do to this day. Also enormously popular in Indian and other South Asian cuisines, cumin is included as a part of the Ayurvedic traditional medical system. Many people believe that the spice is helpful in aiding digestion.
Cumin’s earthy complexity lends well to a large range of tastes, and its global nature makes it a kitchen necessity. When you have ground cumin on hand, you can take on just about any national cuisine. These seeds can be left whole and consumed as they are, or pulverised to form a cumin powder.
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