Whole caraway seeds are derived from the dried fruit of Carum carvi L and possesses an aromatic, pleasant, warm and sharply bitter taste. The hard, dried seeds are grayish/tan, crescent-shaped, and marked with five light colored ridges. Caraway Seed is a common flavoring for many kinds of rye bread and also used to flavor sauerkraut, sausage, cheese, cabbage, and soups.
Season to taste.
To preserve natural flavor, store in a cool, dry area in sealed containers for shelf life of up to 18 months from date of manufucture without loss of flavor and/or functionality.