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Is gelbe und braune senfkörner vegan?

Gelbe und braune senfkörner is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gelbe und braune senfkörner?

Gelbe und braune Senfkörner, also known as yellow and brown mustard seeds, are small but powerful ingredients that add a unique flavor to dishes. They are often used in pickling, sauces, marinades, and spice blends for meats, vegetables, and grains. The yellow variety has a milder taste than the brown ones, which are more pungent and earthy. These tiny seeds are packed with essential oils and nutrients, including protein, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins A and C. Whether toasted or ground, gelbe und braune Senfkörner bring depth and complexity to your cooking.

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