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Is mélange d'épices ras el-hanout vegan?

Mélange d'épices ras el-hanout is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mélange d'épices ras el-hanout?

Mélange d'épices ras el-hanout is a complex and aromatic spice blend that originated in North Africa. Its name translates to "head of the shop" in Arabic, meaning it's the best spice blend a shop has to offer. The mixture typically includes a combination of cinnamon, cumin, coriander, cardamom, nutmeg, paprika, and other fragrant spices. Ras el-hanout is commonly used in Moroccan cuisine to add depth and complexity to dishes like tagines, couscous, and grilled meats. Its warm and earthy flavor profile is perfect for adding a touch of exoticism to your cooking.

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