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Is senfsaat vegan?

Senfsaat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is senfsaat?

Senfsaat is a popular ingredient used in many cuisines around the world. Also known as mustard seeds, they come from the mustard plant and are small, round, and black or brown in color. With a pungent and slightly bitter flavor, they are a key ingredient in many condiments, including mustard, pickles, and chutneys. Senfsaat is also commonly used in Indian cuisine to add a unique depth of flavor to dishes like curries and lentil soups. Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, senfsaat is a healthy addition to any diet. Whether used whole, crushed, or ground into a powder, senfsaat adds a delicious and distinctive flavor to many dishes.

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