Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Cumin adds Smoke to your Meats

Using Cumin instead of Liquid Smoke

This item is available in the Frugal Bible Store

Cumin is a spice that is derived from dried seeds from the fruit of the Cuminum Cyminum plant and is found mostly in the Mediterranean.

The Cumin spice has been used for centuries and is even mentioned in the Bible.  Cumin provides a wonderful earthy, smoky and warm flavor that can be rubbed on meats or even sprinkled on eggs, soups, chili and basically everything.

Cumin has also been used for medicinal purposes to aid in digestion issues.  The un-ground seed of Cuman can be steeped in water to make a tea. If you have not tried Cumin I recommend it not only for the flavor it gives to food and the help in indigestion issues but it is all natural.


Liquid Smoke

Who doesn't like the smoky taste of BBQ meats?  Most people do, however, when a grill is not available many purchase Liquid Smoke to add the smoky flavor to meats cooked in the oven or crock pot.

Liquid Smoke is derived from the condensation process of smoke from different wood.  Such as hickory, apple, mesquite and or a mixture of different wood. Wood smoke has been known to have carcinogens which are cancer causing agents.

It has been discovered that Liquid Smoke has no health advantages whatsoever and in fact can actually destroy P53 (a binder of our DNA) breaking down the strands of our DNA.  This is not a good thing.

Go All Natural with proven healthy spice alternatives. Try Cumin.  It is inexpensive and will add spice to your life.

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