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Is cardamom seed vegan?

Cardamom seed is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cardamom seed?

Cardamom seed is a highly aromatic and flavorful spice that is widely used in both sweet and savory dishes. The small, green pods of the cardamom plant contain black seeds with a distinctive, warm and slightly citrusy flavor. Cardamom seeds can be used whole or ground, and are often featured in Middle Eastern, Indian, and Scandinavian cuisine. Along with its unique flavor profile, cardamom seed is also prized for its medicinal properties, which include aiding digestion, freshening breath, and reducing inflammation. Incorporating cardamom seed into your cooking is a great way to add complexity and depth to your dishes.

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