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Are ail et plantes aromatiques vegan?

Ail et plantes aromatiques is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ail et plantes aromatiques?

"Ail et plantes aromatiques" is a flavorful blend of crushed garlic and aromatic herbs that bring a delicious taste and aroma to any dish. This French-inspired ingredient is a versatile addition to any recipe, providing a perfect balance of savory flavors that enhance both meat and vegetable dishes. The combination of fresh herbs like thyme, rosemary, and oregano, along with the pungent kick of garlic, creates a unique seasoning that can be used in everything from marinades and dressings to sauces and stews. Add "ail et plantes aromatiques" to elevate your cooking and impress your guests with an authentic French touch.

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