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Are auzas vegan?

Auzas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is auzas?

Auzas, also known as "ajwain" or "carom seeds", is a small, oval-shaped seed with a distinct aroma and a slightly bitter, pungent taste. It is commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and African cuisines as a spice, particularly in curries, chutneys, and breads. Auzas is also known for its medicinal properties and is used in Ayurvedic and traditional medicine to treat digestive issues, respiratory problems, and even toothaches. The essential oil derived from auzas is used in aromatherapy and as a natural remedy for various ailments. Overall, auzas adds a unique and flavorful twist to dishes and is a versatile ingredient with a range of health benefits.

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