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Kashmiri Black Cumin Powder, 750 Gram

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Using Iranian dried fragrant vegetables can enhance the taste of your foods or deserts. Just try it once and the smell of your food will make you a skilled chef. This spice has many benefits, so it is recommended to use it in all your foods and add black cumin to your food.

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Kashmiri Black Cumin

Caraway, also known as meridian fennel and Persian cumin, is a biennial plant in the family Apiaceae, native to western Asia, Europe, and North Africa. The plant is similar in appearance to other members of the carrot family, with finely divided, feathery leaves with thread-like divisions, growing on 20–30 cm stems.

Black cumin has its origins in Egypt, Iran and North India and is grown in Iran, Kashmir (which today is split between India, Pakistan and China), and Pakistan. Black Cumin’s botanical name is Carum persicum Boiss. The most common Indic name (Indic refers to India or the Indian subcontinent) for this spice is kala jira, which translates to “black cumin”. In the U.S. “kala jira” is more commonly spelled as “kala jeera”. Black Cumin is often confused with a completely unrelated spice nigella (which is also known as black caraway or onion seed).Black cumin is smaller and has a different flavor profile than “regular” cumin (which is grown in China, Iran and Turkey). We consider Black Cumin to be an exotic spice as it’s very hard to get and buyer’s should be cautious as it’s very common for companies to be incorrectly selling black caraway (also called nigella or nigella stevia), caraway or even ajwain seeds (which in Arabic means “king’s cumin”) as black cumin.

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Approximate weight750 Gram
Place of productionIran
Handling time7 Days
BrandBasalam
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