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Is dill seed vegan?

Dill seed is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dill seed?

Dill seed is a spice that comes from the dill plant, which is native to the Mediterranean region. It has a distinctive flavor that is both sweet and pungent, with a hint of citrus. The seeds are small and oval-shaped, with a light brown color and a slightly rough texture. Dill seed is often used in pickling and canning recipes, as well as in spice blends and marinades. It is also a popular ingredient in Scandinavian and Eastern European cuisine, where it is used to flavor fish dishes, breads, and soups. In addition to its culinary uses, dill seed is also believed to have medicinal properties, including digestive and respiratory benefits.

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