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Is cinnamomum cassia vegan?

Cinnamomum cassia is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cinnamomum cassia?

Cinnamomum cassia, also known as Chinese cinnamon, is a fragrant spice that is commonly used in cooking and baking. This type of cinnamon has a darker color and a more pungent flavor than Ceylon cinnamon. It contains high levels of cinnamaldehyde, which is responsible for its distinctive taste and aroma. In traditional medicine, Cinnamomum cassia has been used to treat various ailments, including digestive issues and respiratory problems. Its essential oil is also used in aromatherapy for its warming and stimulating properties. Incorporating this versatile ingredient into your recipes can add depth and complexity to your dishes.

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