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Cumin is related to the Parsley Family (surprise!) and is grown in many parts of the world. Therefore, depending on soil, rainfall, climate, fertilizers and other factors are likely to create subtle differences in the final seed flavors based upon where and how it is grown. That all being said, it's the same plant wherever it is grown. India has ...


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I cannot seem to find references to a Moroccan dish named "Souk". Rather, souk is the Arabic word for bazaar or marketplace. Perhaps it refers to the sellers of your spice mix and not a dish to use it in? I will assume you have your hands on a typical Moroccan spice blend such as ras el hanout. In any case, to get the best flavor out of your spices, you ...


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In cooking, one must understand how ingredients work, and also have in mind the desired final result. Just like many other ingredients, the form spices take (whole, cracked, ground), when they are added to a dish (beginning, middle, end...in stages), how they are treated before and during the addition (toasted, added to oil, sprinkled on at the end), all ...


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