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Is gorczycę vegan?

Gorczycę is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gorczycę?

Gorczycę, also known as mustard seeds, are tiny, round seeds that come from the mustard plant. They have a pungent, earthy aroma and a strong, sharp flavor that can add depth and complexity to dishes. Gorczycę are commonly used in a variety of cuisines, including Indian, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern, and can be found in whole or ground form. In addition to their culinary uses, gorczycę are also valued for their health benefits, as they are high in antioxidants and can aid in digestion and inflammation reduction. Whether used as a seasoning, condiment, or medicinal ingredient, gorczycę are a versatile and flavorful addition to any pantry.

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