German for caraway seed. Small seeds, usually sold dry, that look almost like celery seeds or cumin seeds, which are vital in German cuisine. They are a must in rye bread, in cabbage and in sauerkraut specialties. Their flavor and aroma is totally different from cumin, but they are often mistaken because of the similarity in their name. Cumin in German is Kreuzkuemmel.

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