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Is mixed spice vegan?

Mixed spice is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mixed spice?

Mixed spice, also known as pudding spice, is a blend of warm, aromatic spices that are commonly used in British and Caribbean cuisine. Typically, the mixture contains a combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, and cloves, although other spices such as cardamom, mace, and coriander may also be included. The warm and fragrant flavor of mixed spice lends itself well to sweet dishes, particularly in cakes, biscuits, and fruit-based desserts. It can also be used to add depth of flavor to savory dishes, such as stews, curries, and marinades.

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