Once associated with regional cuisine, today it is becoming more and more popular, mainly due to the return to the grace of home-made pastries and cheeses. It is a plant whose black, intense color seeds serve as a spice – most often they are dried whole or ground. Due to its color, it is also known as black cumin. Its aroma is slightly nutty, tart, with a hint of oregano. Prymat seeds black seed has a spicy, slightly bitter-spicy taste, intermediate between the taste of poppy and pepper. Interestingly, ground black cumin can be replaced with black pepper.