We use Caraway (ground but not quite into a powder) mostly to ferment and pickle beets, but when needed also for tea or thin, watery soup (detox and hangover). I also like to sprinkle them on bread sticks before baking and mix some into sourdough. These seeds are not organic, but are high quality, taste great and price is fair.
I love these caraway seeds to garnish potato and other salads. You can also put these in homeade, sour kraut-just fry gently some cabbage in butter and add little vinegar (to taste) and top with caraway and you have instant, Polish sour kraut. The bag is stealthy and so this HUGE, economical, 16oz bag will last a long time as caraway does last for years anyway. I haven’t tried baking with caraway but people may want to put some in their bread while baking to give it that rye taste.
Good quality- the seeds are clean and aromatic. Good taste - I have already baked bread with them. I use it in sourdough bread. Big size packaging- will las long, definitely quite a few servings even if you use the frequently. Packaged in a big plastic bag, sealed well. I can definitely recommend this brand and this product.
I also use iHerb as a source for herbs and spices for cooking. The selection is terrific and the quality is excellent. In general iHerb is a great site. Great products, immense choice, competitive prices. Much better than what you get in stores in my country. iHerb, if you're listening: please offer more traditional herbs and spices! Where is your asafoetida (ferula assa-foetida)? Where is your mace (myristica fragrans aris)? and others!