Cumin Ground (Indian)
Cumin is a spice used in Latin American, Middle Eastern, African, and Indian cuisines, both as a whole seed and ground as a powder.
Ground cumin is made by grinding dry-roasted cumin seeds. 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.
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