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Is hinojo vegan?

Hinojo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hinojo?

Hinojo, also known as fennel, is a flowering plant that belongs to the carrot family. It has a unique flavor profile with hints of anise and licorice, making it a popular ingredient in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. The bulb, leaves, and seeds of the hinojo plant are all edible and have a variety of culinary uses. The bulb can be roasted, grilled, or sautéed and is commonly used in salads or as a side dish. The leaves can be used as an herb to add flavor to dishes, while the seeds are often used in baking and can also be brewed into a tea. Hinojo is also known for its health benefits, as it is rich in vitamins and minerals and has been used for centuries in traditional medicine.

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