Caraway is actually one of the oldest spices used in our country. Originally, cumin comes from the Mediterranean region, but today it is native to many regions of the world. The native caraway, also called meadow cumin, is pleasantly mild in contrast to the Asian cumin. Nevertheless, caraway is polarising. Some people love the typical taste of caraway and others just can't stand it. In the kitchen, a hint of caraway is always stimulating. Especially when preparing "flatulent" dishes, for example with cabbage or pulses. Here, caraway can fully develop its strengths and has an extremely positive effect. Caraway is much more than just a simple spice. It refines bread and cabbage in particular, but is also used in the form of oil or as a tea.