Caraway Seed (Carum Carvi)

Other Names: Wild cumin, Persian caraway, Roman cumin

Medicinal Uses: Digestive aid, Flatulence, Colic, Antispasmodic
 
Caraway Seed:  (herb seed) Hard, brown, scimiter-shaped seeds of an herb of the parsley family.
 
These small dark seeds of a plant grown in the Netherlands.  Flavor that combines the tastes of Anise and Dill.   For the cordial emmel, baking breads;  often added to sauerkraut, noodles, cheese spreads.  Also adds zest to French fried potatoes, liver and canned asparagus.  It is also used to add flavor to cheeses such as havarti. Caraway seed oil is also used as a fragrance component in soaps, lotions, and perfumes.
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