Our black cumin (also known as kala jeera) is harvested by foragers in Afghanistan’s Hindu Kush mountains. Savory, aromatic, warm and pungent, this black cumin is prized in central and south Asia and is rarely found in the United States. Use it in biryanis, curries, vegetables and breads.
About Single-Origin spices: Spices in our Single-Origin line come from a single place, whether it be a single farm, a small network of family farmers, or a small group of traditional foragers.
Botanical name: Bunium bulbocastanum
Ingredients: Wild mountain black cumin.
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