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asafoetida

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a bitter resin with an unpleasant onion-like smell, obtained from the roots of some umbelliferous plants of the genus Ferula: formerly used as a carminative, antispasmodic, and expectorant
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2 - 16 oz cans chickpeas, rinsed 2 Tbsp vegetable oil 1/8 tsp asafetida powder 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 cup onion, finely chopped 2 tsp ginger, peeled and grated 1 1/2 cups tomatoes, chopped (or canned, without their juice) 1/2 tsp turmeric 2 tsp ground coriander 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper 1/2 tsp salt 3 c water 1/2 tsp garam masala * (see below for recipe) 2 tsp lemon or lime juice 2 Tbsp cilantro, chopped
Perhaps you can imagine my childish enthusiasm upon reading shortly later that the asafetida contained nine antiviral compounds.
Add asafetida, Omam seeds, turmeric, oil and mix it properly so as to make the dough softer.
Eastern Indian--Eastern Indian Cuisine adds use of other exotic spices such as niguella, or onion seeds, as well as fennel and fenugreek, along with the popular tumeric and asafetida.
But toward evening let me recommend/This, should you ever need it--/I hang a locket of asafetida around my neck.
For making pilafs, an imperial recipe book incorporated Mongol ingredients (nettles, foraged acorns, crabapples, roasted grain flour for traveling, sheep stomach salted and dried in the wind), Chinese ingredients (orange peel, ginger, cabbage, bean paste noodles, glutinous rice powder), and West Asian traditions--spices (cinnamon, fenugreek seeds, saffron, turmeric, asafetida, attar of roses, black pepper, baked and steamed breads, non-Chinese noodles, jams and preserves, sweet fruit drinks and syrups, distilled liquors, and soups thickened with long-grain rice, chickpeas, or noodles) (Paul D.
The extracts of Murraya koenigii, Coriandrum sativam, Ferula asafetida and Trigonella foenum graceum were found to be effective and showed encouraging results against Ae.
A host of less-familiar flavorings and spices are moving in from the fringe: harissa (the Tunisian paste of dried red chiles, garlic, cumin, mint, cinnamon, coriander, caraway, salt and olive oil), zhoug or zhug (a Yemen paste of cilantro, green chiles, garlic, cardamom, black pepper and olive oil), chaat masala (a hot-sour spice blend of black salt, green mango powder, cumin, coriander, chiles, asafetida and ajwain, and so much more.
Hepatotoxicity in herbal remedies, vitamins, and minerals (45) Vitamins/Minerals Megadose vitamin A Excess iron replacement Niacin Teas Sassafras Bush teas (crotalaria, senecio, Heliotropium) Chinese herbal tea Health tonics Chaparral Valerian Skullcap Jin bu huan Germander Senna fruit extracts Comfrey Mistletoe Pennyroyal oil Kalms tablets Gentian Asafetida Table 5.
No wonder: as Brown notes, epileptics at the time "might have been prescribed wild valerian, peony root, mistletoe, digitalis, quinine, white dittany, rue, narcissus, opium, asafetida, garlic, camphor, cantharides, copper, zinc, lead, antimony, mercury, iron, silver, carbonic acid or phosphorus.
Coffee, tea, marijuana, coconut, ginger, asafetida, carrots, and tobacco are among the plants featured.
She made her own medicines from herbs and gleanings in the woods that surrounded their home: Turpentine and sugar for worms (whether you had 'em or not); goose-grease and onion poultices wrapped in soft muslin and slapped on the bare chest; sassafras tea in spring to thin the blood; asafetida bags to hang around the neck in winter to ward off colds.