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Is graine de coriàndre vegan?

Graine de coriàndre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graine de coriàndre?

Graine de coriandre, or coriander seed, is a highly aromatic and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. These small, round seeds are the dried fruit of the coriander plant, which is a member of the parsley family. The seeds have a warm, citrusy flavor with notes of sage and pepper, and a slightly sweet undertone. They are often used in spice blends such as curry powder, garam masala, and harissa, as well as in pickling and marinades. Additionally, coriander seeds are believed to have medicinal properties, with benefits ranging from improving digestion to reducing inflammation.

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