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Is salmiakki vegan?

Salmiakki is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is salmiakki?

Salmiakki, also known as "salmiak" or "salty liquorice," is a Finnish food ingredient that adds a unique and bold flavor to any dish. It is made from ammonium chloride and has a distinct salty taste that is similar to black liquorice. Salmiakki is often used in Finnish candies, chocolate, ice cream, and other sweets. It can also be found in savory dishes, such as gravlax and marinades for meats. Salmiakki is a popular ingredient in Finland, and its bold flavor has gained popularity in other parts of the world as well. Its intense flavor and unique taste make it a must-try for adventurous foodies.

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