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Are sweet fennel seeds vegan?

Sweet fennel seeds is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sweet fennel seeds?

Sweet fennel seeds are a flavorful and aromatic spice that originate from the Mediterranean region. These tiny, oblong-shaped seeds have a pale green color and a distinct licorice-like flavor with subtle hints of sweetness. They are frequently used in cooking to add depth and complexity to dishes, particularly in Italian and Indian cuisine where they feature heavily in spice blends. Sweet fennel seeds are also known for their medicinal properties, as they are said to aid digestion, reduce inflammation, and improve overall health. These versatile seeds can be used whole or ground, and are a must-have ingredient for any serious home cook.

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