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A small plant of the parsley family from which seeds are harvested for use as a spice. The seeds can be used whole or they can be ground into a powder. Cumin, or comino as it is also known, has a strong, distinct, somewhat bitter flavor, and is used to season meats, pickles, soups, stews, rice, potatoes, and curry.
USDA Nutrition Facts
|Serving Size||1 tbsp, whole|
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