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Is clavo vegan?

Clavo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is clavo?

Clavo, also known as "clavos de olor" or simply "cloves," is a fragrant spice that comes from the dried flower buds of the evergreen clove tree. Native to Indonesia, cloves have been used in cooking and traditional medicine for centuries, and their distinct flavor and aroma make them a popular ingredient in many cuisines around the world. With a warm, sweet, and slightly bitter taste, cloves are often used to flavor baked goods, sauces, and marinades, as well as in spiced drinks like mulled wine or cider. They are also known for their potential health benefits, including reducing inflammation, improving digestion, and boosting immunity.

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