Fenugreek seeds are said to smell like curry powder and celery. When toasted, they can smell and taste like maple syrup.
While popular in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine, westerners are still learning about how great these seeds really are. Fenugreek is one of those rare fines that bridges that gap between using an herb both for flavor and health.
In cooking and baking, its a classic in curries, breads, and pickling spice blends.
Health wise; its said to help reduce symptoms of menopause and PMS, its also possible for these seeds to aid in reducing cholesterol levels.
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