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Caraway seeds (whole)
anise-like, bitter-sweet, slightly spicy
May contain traces of celery, mustard and sesame seeds.
Good to know
You like caraway or you don't like it, but it's been in use for millennia and initially had some adventurous uses, such as demon defense. Well, anyone who has ever taken a portion of sauerkraut or cabbage dishes and refrained from caraway can imagine which demons could still be meant today. By the way: According to an old popular belief, the partner stays faithful when you put cumin in his pocket – if that would be so easy…
fish, game, pork, cabbage dishes, roast potatoes, Sauerkraut
Western European, Caucasian
Use as whole seeds or mortared. Add ground caraway late in the cooking process.
Full taste development
Gently roast dry or fry in oil.
For a more intense caraway taste, add them just before the end of the cooking time.
50 different ingredients for health in one
caraway works better against digestive problems than many medicines and regulates the intestinal flora in a natural way, which has been proven in numerous medical studies. In acute gastrointestinal problems, some crushed caraway seeds can simply be poured with water and enjoyed as tea. This can be drunk several times a day and the recommended drawing time is about 10 minutes.
Blood & Heart
Caraway is also ideal for diabetes, as it helps to balance blood sugar levels and is still a part of traditional medicine in many cultures (e.g. in Morocco).
Throat & Mouth
Chewing some cumin seeds can be used to eliminate bad breath.