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Is cardamone verte vegan?

Cardamone verte is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cardamone verte?

Green cardamom, or "cardamone verte" in French, is a highly aromatic spice with a sweet and slightly pungent flavor. It is a member of the ginger family and is native to India, where it has been used in culinary and medicinal applications for centuries. The spice comes from the pods of the green cardamom plant, which are harvested and dried before the seeds inside are ground into a fine powder. Green cardamom is commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Scandinavian cuisines, and is a popular ingredient in chai tea and baked goods. Its distinct flavor and fragrance make it a versatile addition to many dishes, both sweet and savory.

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