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Are cumin leaves edible?

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Cumin leaves are edible, but they do not add much to the flavor. Cumin seeds, however, are widely used as they add a wonderful taste to the food.

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I am thinking to plant cumin seeds in my balcony.

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Can anyone tell me how much cumin seeds to be add in the food

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Yes, the cumin leaves are edible and they do have some benefits for diabetics. But remember it tastes very different than its seeds. It is have a very rough texture. I had once planted cumin in my garden and experimented with its leaves, which was a terrible fail.

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For the longest time I didn’t know cumin leaves were edible. I thought only cumin seeds can be eaten.

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