Those of you who do not enjoy the strong taste of cumin, there is a variant of ground cumin. It is one of the most popular European spice. Cumin is used in soups, sauces, meat and roasted meat. Also in pastries, cooking potatoes and cabbage, to preservation. Although it does not remove potato poisonous solanine and chakonin as many people believe, but overlaps their the taste. They also work very well against flatulence and cramps. A teaspoon weighs approximately 2 grams.
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