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Organic Black Cumin 100g

10,99 zl

Black cumin full of nutritional properties

Although it looks like poppy seeds at first glance, it actually has nothing to do with it. Black cumin, also known as black cumin, is an annual plant from the buttercup family that was originally grown in the Middle East and is now also common in Europe. Black cumin seeds are tiny, black, coarse, have a sharp spicy aroma, and taste reminiscent of bitter coffee. However, this bitterness is sure to be mitigated by the valuable nutritional properties inside the seeds.

Valuable substances in black grains

Black seed contains many valuable active substances that are beneficial for the functioning of our body. The small grains contain antioxidants, good fatty acids, phospholipids, carbohydrates, essential amino acids and a lot of vitamins and minerals. Black cumin contains, among others: magnesium, calcium, selenium, zinc, potassium, sodium and iron as well as vitamins: A, E, F and many B vitamins. This valuable content of black cumin makes it an inseparable element of a healthy, balanced kitchen and proper nutrition. Black cumin seeds, although small, offer great opportunities for culinary highlights. If you haven't used black cumin in your kitchen so far, it's time to try it.

For bread, meat, honey and wine

Black cumin seeds can be added whole to meals, but they can also be ground or crushed in a mortar. In the ground form, black cumin can successfully replace pepper - it gives the dishes a sharper and more expressive taste, and at the same time is not as irritating as regular black pepper. Black cumin in grains is perfect as an addition to home bread or rolls, especially baked according to old Polish recipes. Black grains can also be added to flavor meat and vegetable dishes. You can also sprinkle them with vegetable preserves or marinades. Who is not afraid of interesting flavor combinations, can sprinkle a little black cumin into wine, which will make the drink stronger and more expressive taste. Black seeds can also be added to the flavoring of homemade tinctures - it has warming properties, which will be perfect for autumn and winter evenings. The combination of black cumin and honey also tastes great. A sandwich smeared with fresh, natural honey and sprinkled with a bit of ground black cumin is a real feast for the senses.

Product information

Producer: Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki
Ingredients:

100% BIO Black Cumin seeds

Country of origin:

Egypt

Net quantity:

100g

Certificates:

The product comes from organic farming, covered by the certificate: PL-EKO-03.

Allergens: The product may contain gluten, peanuts and other nuts, sesame and soy due to the processing in the facility where products containing these allergens are packed.
Expiration date: All products come from regular deliveries.

Black seeds nutritional values

Nutritional value in 100g of the product:
Energy value 1570 kJ / 375 kcal
Fat 22 g
including saturated fatty acids 2 g
Carbohydrates 44 g
including sugars 2 g
Protein 18 g
Salt 0.42 g