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Rethinking our Cumin relationship

Rethinking our Cumin relationship

In my kitchen, I go through cumin faster than I go through salt. My love for this spice goes far beyond more conventional uses in chili, Indian food, Middle Eastern food, and Tex-Mex taco seasoning.  Along the way, I also discovered that not only do roasted vegetables and salads get an extra layer of richness simply with the addition of a bit of cumin. To find out how cooks elsewhere use the spice, I wanted to dig a little deeper into three countries with cuisines Americans don't normally associate with cumin: Greece, France, and China.

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