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Is grano de mostaza vegan?

Grano de mostaza is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grano de mostaza?

Grano de mostaza is the Spanish term for mustard seed, a small but powerful ingredient that packs a punch in many dishes. With a distinct nutty and pungent flavor, these tiny seeds are often used in spice blends, pickling, and as a condiment in many cuisines worldwide. Mustard seeds come in different colors, ranging from yellow to brown and black, with varying levels of spiciness. They are a rich source of antioxidants, minerals, and fiber, making them not only a delicious but also a nutritious addition to your meals. Whether ground, whole, or crushed, grano de mostaza adds depth and complexity to any dish.

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