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Caraway, also spelled carroway, is one of the most common spices of German-speaking countries. People cook with the fruits of the plant, which are usually referred to as the seeds.

Caraway is most commonly used whole in rye bread.

Caraway is often confused with cumin. Both belong to the same family of spices.