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Is senfschrot vegan?

Senfschrot is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is senfschrot?

Senfschrot is a traditional German ingredient that is made from crushed mustard seeds. The term "schrot" refers to the process of milling or crushing the seeds, which results in a coarse texture that is often used in pickling recipes or as a seasoning for meats and sausages. Senfschrot has a distinct pungent and slightly bitter taste, and can add a bold flavor to dishes when used in moderation. It is a versatile ingredient that can be used to add depth to dressings, marinades, and rubs, and is also a popular ingredient in German-style mustards. Due to its strong flavor profile, senfschrot is typically used in small quantities to avoid overpowering other ingredients.

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