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Is graines de fenouil vegan?

Graines de fenouil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graines de fenouil?

Graines de fenouil, or fennel seeds, are a small but mighty ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean and Indian cuisine. These tiny seeds have a sweet, licorice-like flavor that adds a unique depth to both sweet and savory dishes. They are often used as a spice in sausages, curries, and baked goods, or brewed into a tea to aid digestion. Fennel seeds are also known for their medicinal properties and are believed to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. With their distinctive flavor and numerous health benefits, fennel seeds are a versatile ingredient that should not be overlooked in any kitchen.

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