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Is yellow mustard seed vegan?

Yellow mustard seed is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is yellow mustard seed?

Yellow mustard seeds are small, round, and vary in color from light beige to dark yellow. They come from the mustard plant, which is a member of the cabbage family. The seeds have a mild flavor when raw but develop a pungent and tangy taste when ground and mixed with water, vinegar, and other spices. Yellow mustard seeds are a popular ingredient in condiments such as mustard sauce, pickles, and relishes. They are also used in Indian cuisine to add flavor and texture to dishes like curries and chutneys. With their distinct taste and versatility, yellow mustard seeds are a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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