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Is kumina vegan?

Kumina is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kumina?

Kumina, also known as cumin, is a spice that is native to Egypt and the Mediterranean region. It is made from the dried seeds of the Cuminum cyminum plant, which belongs to the parsley family. Kumina has a warm and earthy flavor with a slightly bitter undertone, making it a popular ingredient in many cuisines around the world, including Indian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and North African. This versatile spice is used in a range of dishes, from curries and stews to soups, salads, and even baked goods. In addition to its culinary uses, kumina is also believed to have medicinal properties and may help with digestion, inflammation, and respiratory issues.

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