|200 g||$ 2.43||
|400 g||$ 4.57||
An ancient plant, Cumin has various uses in the diverse food cultures of Europe. Naturally occurring in lands of the Middle East, all the way to the Mediterranean, Cumin has become a much loved part of American and British cuisines as well as global health recipes. Considered by many ancient cultures to have exceptional aromatic and healing properties, Cumin (Cuminum Cyminum) are the seeds contained within the fruits of the plant, dried and used in some of the most exquisite preparations across the world. The plant is leafy, and grows close to the ground, with its fruit being the cumin seed.