Cumin

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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 Size1 tbsp, whole
Calories375
Protein17g
Total Fat22g
Total Carbohydrates44g
Dietary Fiber10g
Sugars2g
Potassium1788mg
Sodium168mg
Cholesterol0mg

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