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Is cardamone noire vegan?

Cardamone noire is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cardamone noire?

Cardamone noire, or black cardamom, is a highly aromatic spice native to Southeast Asia. Unlike its more well-known cousin green cardamom, black cardamom has a smoky and earthy flavor with a hint of camphor. The spice is harvested from the dried seed pods of the Amomum subulatum plant, which is a member of the ginger family. Black cardamom is commonly used in savory dishes such as curries, stews, and marinades, and is often paired with other warm spices like cinnamon, cloves, and cumin. In addition to its flavor, black cardamom is also valued for its medicinal properties, which include aiding digestion and reducing inflammation.

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