Cumin Versus Black Cumin — What’s the Difference?


By Dr. Mercola Especially in the culinary world, things can go by names that don’t necessarily describe what they are. Rose hips are a good example. Other times, similar names are assigned to objects that are entirely different, making it hard to keep them straight. Such is the case with black cumin seed, which comes from a completely different plant than cumin and black cumin. To make it worse, cumin seeds and caraway seeds (Carum carvi) look almost identical. Both are tiny and elongated with ridges along the length and pointed on each end. Confusing, right? Shea Terra Organics explains that while cumin and black seed are different botanically, they and a few other seeds are often incorrectly referred to as black cumin: “In Indian cooking there are two types of cumin seeds, called jeera. There is the common cumin seed (cuminum cyminum), and then there is a darker, smaller one called kala jeera (bunium bulbocastanum) or black cumin. Cumin, the spice that gives many Mexican dishes thei
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/04/03/cumin-versus-black-cumin.aspx

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