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Is ajwain vegan?

Ajwain is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ajwain?

Ajwain, also known as carom seeds, is a spice commonly used in Indian cuisine. Its pungent and slightly bitter taste makes it a popular seasoning for bread, lentils, and pickles. Ajwain has been traditionally used for its medicinal properties, such as improving digestion, reducing flatulence, and relieving respiratory ailments. This small seed is rich in essential oils, thymol being the main one, which gives it its distinct flavor and aroma. Additionally, ajwain is a good source of minerals like calcium, iron, and potassium. In summary, ajwain is a versatile ingredient that adds both flavor and health benefits to dishes.

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