Black Cumin Nigella Whole Organic
Biological Black Cumin Whole
The black cumin nigella sativa seeds come from the plant Nigella Sativa, which is an annual, herbaceous plant of the ranunculus family, and is called black cumin. The ingredient is not actually related to the common cumin. Black cumin seed is a well-known ingredient in India and other Southeast Asian countries. Black cumin seeds were used as medicine in ancient times. Black cumin oil is extracted from these seeds and this is a commonly used product in Islamic countries.
Use of Black Cumin Seeds
The black seeds of the black cumin are mainly used as a kitchen spice. In some countries the root is even eaten as a vegetable, but this is not common in Europe. Black cumin nigella seed has a delicate and distinctive nutmeg flavour.
The dried black seeds have a triangular shape. The nigella seed emits very little odour, which is also noticeable. The cumin seed black is best known for the explosively strong taste it possesses. The cumin seed has a wonderfully intense flavour, most reminiscent of oregano. It is, however, a lot spicier than oregano.
Application of Black Cumin Seeds
Black cumin seed is especially a popular ingredient in Greek, Egyptian and Turkish cuisine. In addition, it is also very popular in India, black cumin seeds can be found in many Indian dishes such as vegetable dishes and chutneys. Naan bread is also often sprinkled with the toasted black seeds.
Where can you buy Black Cumin seeds?
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Where do I purchase organic black cumin?
You can buy organic black cumin at Vehgroshop of course. In our web shop you can order organic black cumin in quantities from small to big. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any more organic black cumin offers.FALSE
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Country of cultivation||Egypt|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||375 kcal / 1570 kJ|
|Carbohydrates||44 g (sugar 2 g)|
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