Palce Lizac Cumin 15g

£1.49 £1.66

The seeds of this plant are easy to confuse visually with fennel, because they are one family, therefore they also have similar properties. Cumin ( Cuminum ciskum ) is cultivated in India, it is also much more widely used there in cooking and medicine than in Poland. It is worth getting inspired by the Far East and leaning over cumin a bit longer.

Cumin improves digestion, although it has cooling properties. That is why Ayurvedic medicine recommends cumin as a natural antidote to spicy and spicy foods (which include not only chilli, but also, among others, tomatoes). Cumin also has a diuretic and carminative effect and stimulates digestive juices.

Due to its properties and characteristic aroma, we add cumin to herbal ghee during clarification - read more about herbal butter .

In European cuisine, cumin often goes well with cheese and wine, in oriental cuisine it is added to most spice mixes. It definitely works better in savory dishes than desserts. Due to the very characteristic dominant aroma, it should not be overdone. It is great in the company of meats, and in vegetarian cuisine it is added to carminative ingredients such as cauliflower, broccoli, beans, cabbage, lentils, chickpeas.


"Cumin in kitscheri plays a colossal role in the taste of this dish. Do you know what we're talking about? Here you can read more about kitscheri , a wonderful dish that soothes the digestive system. Give it a try if you want to make your tummy happy."

net weight: 15g

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