This ancient seed was mentioned in the bible several times. It is still a modern spice that is used in very dry and lemony dishes. As used in ancient medical believes to help sooth stings and other aspects of daily life, many settlers feed their cattle this to help “enrich the meat” and spice the manure for when they dried it and used it for fires.
|Basic Preparation||Crushed up for marinates. Whole for Rubs in meat and other starchy vegetables.|
|Recommended Applications||Best meat is Lamb and starch vegetables such as rice and Potatoes.|
|Taste & Aroma||Hot, Sweet,Earthy|
|Handling / Storage||Dry Cool|
|Shelf Life||4 +|
|Country of Origin||India|