Cumin

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A small, sickle-shaped seed with a strong earthy aroma. Greatly appreciated by Texans, who put it in their rubs and barbecue sauces. Also popular in Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, North Africa, the Middle East, and India. Use sparingly: Cumin quickly becomes overpowering.

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