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Is bhandhanya vegan?

Bhandhanya is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bhandhanya?

Bhandhanya is a unique and flavorful spice commonly used in Indian and Nepalese cuisine. Also known as Sichuan pepper, this spice is derived from the dried berries of the prickly ash tree. Bhandhanya has a distinctive citrusy and slightly numbing flavor that is often used in dishes such as soups, stews, and stir-fries. It pairs well with meats, vegetables, and tofu, and is often used in traditional Nepalese dishes such as momos and chow mein. Bhandhanya is also known for its medicinal properties, including its ability to aid digestion and relieve nausea. Overall, this versatile spice adds a delicious and unique flavor to a variety of dishes.

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