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Is mace vegan?

Mace is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mace?

Mace is a spice that comes from the outer layer of the nutmeg seed, which is found inside the fruit of the nutmeg tree. It has a warm, sweet, and slightly nutty flavor with a hint of pepper, and a reddish-orange color. Mace is often used in baking and is a popular ingredient in holiday dishes like eggnog and fruitcake. It can also be used in savory dishes, such as soups and stews, to add depth and complexity to the flavor. In addition to its culinary uses, mace has been used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and digestive properties.

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