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Is sian veri vegan?

Sian veri is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sian veri?

"Sian veri" is a flavorful and aromatic spice commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine. This ingredient is known for its bold, earthy taste and a slightly sweet undertone. It is made by grinding the dried seeds of the sian tree, which is native to the tropical regions of Southeast Asia. Sian veri is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, including curries, soups, and marinades. Its unique flavor profile makes it a popular choice for adding depth and complexity to traditional dishes. Sian veri is also believed to have health benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties and aiding digestion.

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