Cumin: The World's Most Ubiquitous Spice

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Cumin, the seed of the Cuminum cynimum plant, is a spice with a resinous, earthy flavor and pleasantly bitter notes. It's no shrinking violet, but the taste and aroma of this spice is beloved by cooks around the globe – the cooking of the Indian Subcontinent (it's ubiquitous in curry powder), Mexico, the Middle East and beyond just wouldn't be the same without it. It's a spice your pantry shouldn't be without. Experiment with it using some of these recipes...