Warm, spicy and nutty all at once, cumin is a type of spice that is made from the seeds of a plant called the “Cuminum cyminum” plant
Flavorful, chewy and nutty, although Barley isn’t the highest on the popularity ladder of grains it has some very significant benefits to one’s health.
Called by some as black cumin and by some as nigella. It’s plant is part of the buttercup family of plants. Black cumin produces an absolutely beautiful aroma when cooked.
One of the world’s most ancient foods. Research suggests that flax seeds have been consumed for over 5000 years. Flaxseeds are rich with anti-inflammatory omega-3
A true queen of spices that’s commonly found in tropical places. Cardamom is a queen that acts like a jack of all trades, it can be used to soothe asthma,
Pearl Millet, also known as Bajra is rich in essential minerals like protein, fiber, phosphorus, magnesium and iron. Due to its rich composition of minerals and proteins,
Carom seeds or Ajwain are not seeds at all. They’re tiny fruits of their herbs. Raw they offer multiple medicinal benefits including accelerating your digestive system and providing relief to inflamed areas.
Besan flour also known as gram flour is a specific type of flour that’s occasionally used instead of eggs in vegan cooking.
Unrefined, raw wheat that’s full of all the natural goodness that you truly need. Whole wheat is a powerhouse of carbohydrates, dietary fiber and multiple nutrients.