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Is muskotblomma vegan?

Muskotblomma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is muskotblomma?

Muskotblomma, also known as nutmeg flower, is a spice that is derived from the seed of the evergreen tree native to the Moluccas, Indonesia. The seed is surrounded by a red, lacy membrane called aril, which is used to produce mace. The mace is then dried and ground to create the nutmeg spice. With a warm, sweet and slightly bitter flavor, muskotblomma is often used in both sweet and savory dishes such as soups, stews, and baked goods. Its aroma is also used in perfumes and soaps. Muskotblomma is a popular ingredient in Scandinavian and European cuisines, adding a depth of flavor and fragrance to a wide range of dishes.

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