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Are ã¢â€â cloves vegan?

ââ€â cloves is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ã¢â€â cloves?

Cloves are a versatile and aromatic spice that can add depth and complexity to a wide variety of dishes. These dried flower buds, native to Indonesia, have a warm, sweet and slightly bitter flavor that makes them a popular addition to both sweet and savory recipes. With their strong, pungent aroma and intense flavor, cloves are often used in spice blends, such as garam masala and pumpkin pie spice. They are also a key ingredient in many classic dishes, including baked ham, mulled wine, and chai tea. Beyond their culinary uses, cloves have also been traditionally used for their medicinal properties, such as treating toothaches and aiding in digestion.

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