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  • noun Plural form of seed.

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Examples

  • The stickiness of the fruit and the crunchiness of the seeds is a heavenly combination.

    Boing Boing

  • Sandeepa: Nigella seeds is an interesting addition ...

    Gujarati Series: Phulewar-Vatana Shaak

  • Still more wonderful is the fact that it is these temporary existences which, in accordance with the general law of life-production, form special "ovules," which we call seeds, each of which has the potentiality for growing up into a great forest tree, which, in its turn, is capable of pushing forth temporary existences in countless directions.

    Science and the Infinite or Through a Window in the Blank Wall

  • I think she gets them in the states. curry leaves, lightly fried with onion seeds, sometimes fennugreek seeds is often a base in receipes from this region.

    Indian/Arab Ingredients in Mexico

  • Smash into the molcajete some garlic, cumin seeds, rock salt and cilantro.

    How to season a molcajete | Homesick Texan

  • My botanical knowledge, especially when it comes to identifying plants from their seeds, is pitifully poor.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • "No Hay." is the mantra of Mexico so I returned home and substituted cumin seeds for caraway seeds and an old garam masala mixture which contains a bit of ground coriander seed and made this exotic dish with substituted ingredients which, I must say, turned out pretty well and that, in the past decade, I have found, gets me through when I feel the urge to cook exotic foods in Mexico.

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  • "No Hay." is the mantra of Mexico so I returned home and substituted cumin seeds for caraway seeds and an old garam masala mixture which contains a bit of ground coriander seed and made this exotic dish with substituted ingredients which, I must say, turned out pretty well and that, in the past decade, I have found, gets me through when I feel the urge to cook exotic foods in Mexico.

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  • After going through seven avocados, 14 tomatoes, 21 cloves of garlic, a pound of cilantro, countless cumin seeds and chunks of rock salt, you finally admit to yourself that your salsas still have grit in them.

    How to season a molcajete | Homesick Texan

  • I'm out of cumin seeds but need to make this ASAP.

    Pickled shrimp with lime | Homesick Texan

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  • In glassmaking, the term for minute bubbles of gas, usually occurring in groups.

    November 9, 2007

  • Although, from the examples, mainly used as a noun, the word 'seeds' is also part of the verb 'to seed'. 'A farmer seeds his fields with good seed'.

    June 21, 2012