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Combine cumin with soft white cheese
and serve with toasted bread. 


The cumin used in cooking is the dried seed of an plant that is native along the arc extending from the eastern Mediterranean over to India and which belongs to the same family as parsley. It is especially aromatic with a strong flavor that is slightly bitter. Cumin adds a peppery taste to food. 

Cumin is one of the base spices in the spice blend known as curry. As its consumption is highest in countries with large populations, it's the spice with the second highest consumption in the world after pepper. 

While cumin is among the second-rank spices of Greek cuisine today, in antiquity it held a lofty position on the table–literally as it was used the way we use salt and pepper today. Cumin can be used whole or ground. For a more intense flavor, dry roast seeds first in the oven or a non-stick frying pan. 

Cumin's flavor develops gradually so it is always added to the pot as cooking starts. It's used whole or cracked, especially in marinades or brine. 
cheese, bread, lamb, goat, carrots, rice, beans, beef, cauliflower, fava

Herbs and spices have properties that recommend them for more than just culinary use. Cumin, for example, is an excellent natural repellant for ants. It can also be used as a paste to seal crevices in doors or walls, especially in households with young children or pets. 
cumin may have some properties that protect against cancer? 

Recent laboratory studies suggest that cumin may block the formation of tumors in the stomach and liver. While further study is needed to verify these findings, scientists attribute this action to the spice's antioxidant properties. These studies also seem to confirm the use of cumin as a digestive aid in folk medicine. 

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