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  1. Grão de bico com tahine, tomates e hortelãRecipe
    digestivos e quentes como o Ajwain e o Louro.  Ingredientes 125 g de grão de bico (de molho na noite anterior) 1/2 litro de caldo de legumes1 colher de sopa de óleo de girassol 1 colher de sopaRead more
  2. Flaxed & Curried Cottage CheeseRecipe
    ingredients 1/4 tsp Ajwain 1/4 tsp Coriander Seed 1c Cottage Cheese 1/4 tsp Cumin 1/4 tsp Curry LeavesRead more
  3. photo Arroz Basmati com coco raladoArroz Basmati com coco raladoArticle
    Ingredientes Arroz Basmati - 3 xícaras de cafezinho Azeite extra-virgem - 2 colheres de chá Mostarda preta em grãos  - ½ colher de chá Sementes de Ajwain - ¼ colher de chá Aspargos frescos - 6Read more
  4. Chás ayurvedicos para pacificar os DoshasRecipe
    CHÁ PARA VATA (reduz Vata e Kapha, aumenta Pitta)1/4 colher de chá de gengibre ralado1/4 colher de chá de cardamomo1/4 colher de chá de canela em pó1/4 colher de chá de ajwain (sementesRead more
  5. Você e as estações do anoArticle
    especiarias quentes como orégano, manjericão, alecrim, noz moscada, mostarda preta, ajwain, canela, cardamomo, gengibre, eucalipto, louro, manjerona, páprica e tomilho. As frutas frescas podem ser substituídasRead more
  6. photo Mung Dal Kitchari (Vata Reducing)Mung Dal Kitchari (Vata Reducing)Recipe
    & measures ingredients 1/4 tsp Ajwain 1c Basmati Rice 1tsp Cumin 2tbsp Ghee 1inch Ginger (Fresh) 1/4Read more
  7. photo The Most Powerful Fruit, Filled With Antioxidants That Has 20 Times More Vitamin C Than Orange Juice, The Liver God…Its This Tiny Fruit!!!The Most Powerful Fruit, Filled With Antioxidants That Has 20 Times More Vitamin C Than Orange Juice, The Liver God…Its This Tiny Fruit!!!Treatment
    , which can be eaten as a mouth freshener after meals. Simply grate it, and then sprinkle on some ginger juice, lime juice, black / rock salt and spice powders like cumin (jeera)/ carom (ajwainRead more

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Ajwain

Ajwain, ajowan (/ˈædʒəwɒn/) (Urdu: اجوائن‎ ajwan), or carom, Trachyspermum ammi, is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It originated in the eastern Mediterranean, possibly Egypt, and spread up to India from the Near East. Both the leaves and the fruit pods (often mistakenly called seeds) of the plant are used for human consumption. The plant is also called bishop's weed, but this is a...More