"Cumin seeds are rich in iron and a very good source of manganese, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin B1. It is extensively used in Indian, Middle Eastern and Mexican Cooking. Quick Serving Ideas: Cumin Tea: Make a cup of warming and soothing cumin tea by boiling seeds in water and then letting them steep for 8-10 minutes. "
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