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Is karwij vegan?

Karwij is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is karwij?

Karwij, also known as caraway seeds, is a spice that comes from the plant Carum carvi, which belongs to the same family as parsley and fennel. These small, crescent-shaped seeds have a slightly bitter, earthy flavor with a hint of anise, making them a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes, including bread, sauerkraut, and stews. Karwij is also known for its medicinal properties and is used as a digestive aid and to alleviate respiratory ailments. This versatile spice is a staple in many European cuisines and is becoming increasingly popular in other parts of the world due to its unique flavor and health benefits.

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