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Fonte: CozinhaNet

WHAT IS: Common name for a plant, Carum carvi, of the family Apiaceae, that has long been cultivated in temperate zones for its aromatic fruit, called caraway seeds.

Carum Carvi, a plant cultivated for its ´seeds´ (the split halves of the dried fruits), which are an important spice, used mainly to flavour breads, especially rye bread, and other bakery goods, but also cheese and pickles (...)
The seeds have a warm, sweet, biting taste


EM PORTUGUÊS: Alcaravia; cominho-armênio; cariz; kümmel