Originally cultivated in Iran and Mediterranean region, cumin is mentioned in the Bible in both the Old Testament and the New Testament . It was also known in ancient Greece and Rome
Flavor/Aroma: This spice has a distinctive aromatic odor and a slightly bitter, but warm taste
Use: Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive aroma, popular in Indian, Pakistani, North African, Middle Eastern, Sri Lankan, Cuban, Northern Mexican cuisines, and the Western Chinese cuisines of Sichuan and Xinjiang
What are the dimensions of the Bags?
Small Bag (2oz) (4 x 6x 2 ")
Medium Bag (4oz) (5 x 8 x 2 1/2 ")
Large 1/2LBS Bag (7 x 11 1/2x 4 ")
XL 1LBS Bag (9 x 13 1/2x 4 3/4 ")
All those size are available for product purchase online
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