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Is nejlika vegan?

Nejlika is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nejlika?

Nejlika, also known as cloves, is a fragrant spice that is commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes. These dried flower buds are harvested from the clove tree and possess a warm, sweet, and slightly bitter flavor with a hint of spiciness. They are commonly used in baking, pickling, and marinades, and are a popular addition to traditional Scandinavian dishes such as glögg and meatballs. Nejlika also has medicinal properties and has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments, including toothaches, respiratory issues, and digestive problems. Overall, this versatile ingredient adds depth and complexity to a wide range of culinary creations.

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