Bulk Fenugreek Seed Powder, Organic

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Fenugreek Seed Powder, Organic

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There is evidence that fenugreek has been cultivated in Western Asia as long ago as 4000 BC. Although the plant was widely grown as a foraging crop for grazing animals, fenugreek seeds were among the items recovered from the burial tomb of Tutankhamun, better known as King Tut.

Powdered, the seed is used as a spice to season. It is also combined with water to make a paste for use as a polstice.

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approximate cups to one pound3.5
plant part usedseed

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storage tipsKeep in an airtight container away from direct heat, light and humidity.


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cosmeticUse to add fragrance to soaps, lotions, lip balms and other topical formulations.
culinaryCombine with other spices and herbs to create seasoning blends.
industrialFenugreek seed is used as a natural fragrance and flavoring.

flavor profile

organic, powdered
fenugreek seed

Bitter and sweet at the same time. Frequently combined with other herbs and spices used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines.

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fenugreek seed

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organic, powdered
fenugreek seed

Also known as goat’s horn, bird's foot and Greek clover, fenugreek is a popular culinary spice in the cuisines of the Mediterranean and Indian subcontinent. Although the herb is thought to have been first cultivated during the Bronze Age in what is now known as Iraq, fenugreek is commercially grown in many Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Asian countries today, most notably India, Egypt, Morocco, Spain, Afghanistan and Iran.

The bittersweet flavor and maple-like aroma of fenugreek seed is due to the presence of sotolone, which is also found in authentic maple syrup. Another component of fenugreek is 4-hydroxyisoleucine, an amino acid involved in regulating glucose metabolism.

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