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Is mustármag vegan?

Mustármag is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mustármag?

Mustármag is a small, yet powerful ingredient that can pack a punch in any dish. Also known as mustard seeds, these tiny black or yellowish-brown seeds come from the mustard plant and have a pungent, spicy flavor with a hint of sweetness. Mustármag is commonly used in Indian, African, and Mediterranean cuisine to add heat and depth to dishes such as curries, pickles, and marinades. Additionally, it contains high levels of antioxidants and is rich in minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron. Whether you're looking to add some heat to your meals or boost your nutritional intake, mustármag is an excellent choice for any home cook.

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