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Is szegfűszeg vegan?

Szegfűszeg is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szegfűszeg?

Szegfűszeg, also known as cloves, is a highly aromatic and flavorful spice that comes from the dried flower buds of the Syzygium aromaticum tree. This spice is native to the Maluku Islands in Indonesia and is widely used in many different cuisines around the world, particularly in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Southeast Asian dishes. Its warm, sweet, and slightly bitter flavor profile is perfect for adding depth to savory dishes like curries and stews, as well as sweet treats like gingerbread and fruit pies. In addition to its culinary uses, szegfűszeg is also known for its potential health benefits, including its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

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