Cardamom, Whole Seeds

Cardamom has a pungent yet elusive flavor, resinous and dark with hints of eucalyptus. These seeds have been removed from their pods for convenient home grinding or for use in tea or coffee.
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Cardamom is a popular flavor in Indian curries, Middle Eastern stews and rice dishes, and Scandinavian baking. Since black cardamom seeds lose flavor quickly once ground, many people prefer to buy whole cardamom seeds and grind only the amount needed for a recipe. These seeds have been conveniently decorticated, making them easy to grind in a mortar and pestle or spice mill.


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