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Are anis vegan?

Anis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anis?

Anise, also known as aniseed, is a popular culinary spice that boasts a sweet, licorice-like flavor and aroma. This plant-based ingredient is commonly used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes, including baked goods, soups, stews, and liqueurs. Anise seeds are small, oval-shaped, and brown in color, with a crunchy texture and a distinctively fragrant taste. Anise is also renowned for its medicinal properties, with many cultures using it to soothe digestive ailments and respiratory issues. Whether you're a seasoned chef or a home cook, anise is an excellent addition to your pantry, adding a delightful burst of flavor and fragrance to your favorite recipes.

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