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Is canelle moulue vegan?

Canelle moulue is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is canelle moulue?

Canelle moulue, also known as ground cinnamon, is a highly aromatic and versatile spice that is widely used in cooking and baking. This warm and sweet spice is made by grinding the bark of cinnamon trees into a fine powder, giving it a rich brown color and a fragrant, earthy flavor. Canelle moulue is a staple ingredient in many classic dishes, including apple pie, cinnamon rolls, and chai tea. It is also commonly used in savory dishes, such as Moroccan tagines and Indian curries, to add depth and complexity to the flavor profile. Whether used as a seasoning or a garnish, canelle moulue adds warmth and comfort to any dish.

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