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Anardana (Punica Granatum)

A spice made from the dried seeds of pomegranate. It's used extensively in Northern India and parts of the Middle East. The seeds resemble raisins and give a sweet and sour taste and aroma, and are popular in stuffed breads. While in the Middle East, the raw seeds are frequently used as a garnish to salads, dips and desserts.

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