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Are aniseeds vegan?

Aniseeds is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aniseeds?

Aniseeds are small, oval-shaped seeds that come from the anise plant, a member of the parsley family. They have a distinct sweet and licorice-like flavor with a slightly bitter undertone. Aniseeds are commonly used in baking, as well as in savory dishes, such as stews and curries. They are also a popular ingredient in liqueurs like ouzo, absinthe, and sambuca. Aniseeds are known for their digestive and respiratory benefits and are often used in traditional medicine for their soothing properties. They are a versatile ingredient that adds a unique and complex flavor to a variety of dishes.

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