Cumin Whole Organic
The Asian spice cumin
Cumin is native to Iran, Syria, India and Turkey. The plant grows best in a sandy, drained soil and in an area with a warm climate, such as the Mediterranean coast, where the herb can be found. However, a warm climate is not a requirement. Cumin is often confused with caraway. Although they are related, cumin seed is slightly larger, lighter in colour and tastes spicier. Cumin is also confused with Black Cumin, but that is really a different spice.
Cultivation of Cumin
When the flowers have turned to seed, they can be cut and hung upside down. The seeds can then dry.
The application of cumin
Cumin is known as an ingredient in cumin cheese, but it is also widely used in Mediterranean, Asian and Arabic dishes. It also gives that little extra to dishes for the grill or barbecue. Use cumin seeds to spice up curry, stews, chilli, couscous or lamb. Cumin seeds are rich in good fats, protein, fibre, B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, magnesium and manganese.
Where do I purchase cumin seed?
You can buy cumin seed at Vehgroshop of course. In our web shop you can order cumin seed in quantities from small to big. Subscribe to our newsletter and don't miss out on any more cumin seed offers.FALSE
|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Vitamins and Minerals||Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Vitamin E|
|Country of cultivation||Turkey|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||429 kcal / 1796 kJ|
|Carbohydrates||34 g (of which sugars 7 g)|
|Saturated Fats||1 g|
(Translated from Dutch)