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Cumin Seed
Cuminum cyminum
Cumin Seed WholeCumin Seed Plant
Cumin Seed PowderCumin Seed Botanical

Botanic Name: Cuminum cyminum
Common names: Cumino, Cumino Aigro
Element: Masculine, Mars, Fire
Country of Origin: Egypt and India

The cumin plant grows native from the Mediterranean all the way to India. Cumin is frequently used in Mexican dishes such as chili con carne and hot tamales.

Roasts can be spiced with Cumin Seed. It can be combined with fruit and sweet-flavored root vegetables and used to season a pork or beef roast. Chili typically uses cumin spice to flavor the beans and meat. To add a spicy accent to hot dishes that feature chili peppers, you can mix Cumin Seed powder with sour cream to use as a garnish on hot food. The sour cream, or any dairy product, will subdue the heat of the chili peppers if they begin to burn your tongue and makes eating the dish more enjoyable.

If you like to barbecue, you will certainly want to keep a spice rub on hand for flavoring meats for the grill. You can make a wonderful spice rub using cumin, onion and garlic powders, paprika, garlic and other seasonings that you like, and use it to rub into chicken or pork meat. Rice and bean dishes can be seasoned with whole Cumin Seed. To turn it into a vegetarian main dish, beans may be added. Black beans are particularly flavorful. Dried pinto beans can be purchased in bulk and cooked very inexpensively in a slow cooker, and seasoned with cumin to make wonderful refried beans. Whole spice seeds can be quickly toasted in a warm fry pan over low heat, which helps to release the flavor and aroma in the seeds.

Folklore: Protection, Fidelity, Exorcism, Anti-theft. Burned with frankincense for protection and scattered on the floor (sometimes with salt) to drive out evil. Used in love spells. When given to a lover, promotes fidelity. Cumin seed steeped in wine makes a lust potion.



Cumin Seed Whole$1.65 per ounce
Cumin Seed Powder$1.65 per ounce







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