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Cumin Seeds (Jeera Whole) 7 oz is a product I use daily for tea and also in cooking. This is a great value by a good vendor. Thanks!Published 29 days ago by Cheri VH
We grind it up fresh in an electric grinder since the seeds have a habit of just jumping all over the place in a mortar and pestle. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Nerd
Very nice Cumin Seeds. I found a cheese recipe for Leiden Cheese. I boiled the seed and put the water & seed in the curd mass. Wonderful taste. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Terry in Boise
Smells good when toasted. I don't know good from bad but I know I like these toasted.Published 5 months ago by Stuart Ferguson
Living in Texas you'd think that I'd be able to buy Mexican seeds and spices locally but the only cumin I can find locally is ground and I'm sold on grinding my own seeds fresh... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Linda Wells
I'm only now dabbling in Indian cooking, and of course, one of the first discouragements we Americans suffer is the seemingly endless list of spices. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Antonio Christopher Dittmann