Latin Name: Cuminum cyminum
Cooking uses: 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.
Magickal uses: Protection, Fidelity, Exorcism and Anti-Theft
This product is Kosher Certified by Kosher Certification Services and is Certified Organic by QAI, Inc.
Packaging: To preserve freshness, and potency, this herb is packaged in a convenient stand-up pouch with a re-sealable zipper closure.
Size: 2 oz