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Is semilla de hinojo vegan?

Semilla de hinojo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semilla de hinojo?

Semilla de hinojo, also known as fennel seed, is a flavorful and aromatic herb commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. It has a distinctive anise-like flavor and is often used in spice blends, teas, and as a seasoning for meat and fish dishes. The seeds are small and oval-shaped, with a greenish-brown color and a crunchy texture. Besides being a delicious addition to dishes, fennel seeds are also known for their potential health benefits, such as aiding digestion, reducing inflammation, and promoting heart health. They are a versatile and healthy ingredient that can add depth and complexity to a variety of dishes.

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