Certified USDA Organic
Origin: Turkey / India
At Mimi's, we probably sell more cumin than any other spice! If you haven't yet tried toasting and grinding your own from seeds, you'll be in for a pleasant surprise when you do. This staple of Mexican and Indian cooking is valued in Ayurvedic medicine as a helpful digestive support, often brewed into a tea. Used by herbalist for carminative (gas preventing) properties, cumin is commonly used to flavor beans, lentils, breads, soups, stew, and pickled spice blends. Cumin is very aromatic, with a warm, spicy, earthly flavor.
Price is per ounce by weight, NOT volume