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Cumin Seeds, Whole, Organic

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Cumin, also known as comino, is native to the Nile valley in Egypt. It is now cultivated in other hot regions of India, the Mediterranean and Northern Africa. Currently, more than 50% of all cumin comes from India. Cumin is one of the most consumed spices right after chiles and peppercorns and is a key ingredient in many curry and chili powders.

During the Middle Ages, cumin was thought to keep lovers from fickleness and keep chickens from leaving their yard.

The strong, earthy, slightly spicy flavor of cumin is available either freshly ground or as whole seeds. Use whole seeds in sausages, pickles, sauerkraut, soups and breads. At most good French restaurants, mild cheeses are served with a little dish of cumin seeds and pepper. Roasting cumin seeds will bring out their full aromatic flavor.

Purchase in bags:

1 oz.

bag

$2.05

2 oz.

bag

$3.25

4 oz.

bag

$5.30

8 oz.

bag

$8.55

16 oz.

bag

$14.80

Purchase in glass bottles:

Small glass
(net 1.10 oz)

$3.15

Medium glass
(net 2.20 oz)

$4.50

Large glass
(net 5.40 oz)

$7.45

Purchase bottle refills (in bags):

Small refill (in bag)
(net 1.10 oz)

$2.10

Medium refill (in bag)
(net 2.20 oz)

$3.45

Large refill (in bag)
(net 5.40 oz)

$6.20

Cumin, also known as comino, is native to the Nile valley in Egypt.

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"I love Savory spices. We have had to drastically alter our family diet due to health issues and Savory has helped in this endeavor. I am trying even more spices and recipes than before and everything has been delicious, in part to your awesome spices. Love, love, love them."

-Pat M. of Black Forest, CO