Cummin Grain

Family                   : Umbelliferae

Latin                       : Cuminum cyminum

French                   : Cumin

English                  : Cummin

German                 : Römischer kümmel

Used Parts           : Dehydrated ripe fruit

Use for Health    : The best way is adding onto meals. Brew 1 dessert spoon of cumin powder or grain, in 1 cup of hot water for 10 minutes and drink after meal for digestion. Cumin seeds eliminate halitosis if chewed.

Cuisine                 : Cumin can be used in all meatballs, grills, meaty dishes, venison, fishes hard to digest like tuna, stuffeds, some kind of soups, carrot, tomato, pepper salads’ sauces, fish cooked in oven (with rosemary, bay leaves and basil), vegetables like; cabbage and eggplant. Also used with white cheese and potato dishes. .

Cosmetic              : None

Additional Info   : Also named; Kemnon, Persian Cumin. In order to get a high qualty Cumin; Sift properly to clean up from trash and dust. After filtering under water, spread the cummin seeds on tray and leave them to the sunlight and blend occasionally for dehydration in summer. In winter they must be kept and possibly seperated in tray near a stove, radiant or in oven at the minumum level. Preserve the Cumin Seeds in Jar, otherwise they become mouldy. Grind the cumin seeds in a grinder for powder usage.

Nutritional Value : 1 gr Cumin contains 4,4 calori.

• 176,9 mg protein
• 238 mg oil
• 9 mg calcium
• 446 mg carbonhydrate
• 4,5 mg phosphor
• 7,3 meg thiamine
• 3,8 meg riboflavin