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Cumin is one of the most popular spices that are commonly found in Latin American, Middle Eastern, North African, and Indian cuisines. It is a low-growing leafy plant and the fruit is known as the cumin seed. It has a warm, earthy flavour and fragrance with a touch of sweetness and bitterness.
Cumin has been shown to decrease inflammation, boost antioxidant consumption, aid digestion, supply iron, improve blood sugar management, and prevent food-borne diseases. Cumin powder is made by grinding dry-roasted cumin seeds. It is a classic spice that may be found in a variety of mixes, including curry powder. It can be added at any time to a recipe as its flavor doesn't need heat or time to be released, as is the case with the seeds. You can include it in a variety of rice dishes, stews, soups, breads, pickles, and more.