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Are cardamom seeds vegan?

Cardamom seeds is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cardamom seeds?

Cardamom seeds are a highly aromatic and flavorful ingredient used in many culinary traditions around the world. These small, black or green pods are part of the ginger family and contain tiny black seeds that are ground or used whole in cooking. The sweet, floral, and slightly spicy flavor of cardamom pairs well with both sweet and savory dishes, making it a versatile ingredient. In addition to its culinary uses, cardamom has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and digestive properties. Its distinct flavor and health benefits make cardamom seeds a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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