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Is allehånde vegan?

Allehånde is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is allehånde?

Allehånde, also known as allspice, is a unique and versatile spice that is commonly used in various dishes worldwide. The dried, unripe berries of the Pimenta dioica plant are ground into a fine powder to create this fragrant spice. Allehånde's flavor is warm and pungent, with notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove, making it a perfect addition to both sweet and savory dishes. This spice is particularly popular in Caribbean and Latin American cuisine, where it is used in everything from jerk seasoning to mole sauce. Allehånde is also a key ingredient in many classic recipes, including pumpkin pie, gingerbread, and pickling spice blends.

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