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Are ails vegan?

Ails is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ails?

"Ails" is not a commonly known food ingredient. However, it could be a possible misspelling or variation of the popular food ingredient, "garlic." Garlic, also known as Allium sativum, is a pungent bulbous plant that is widely used in various cuisines for its unique flavor and health benefits. It has a distinct aroma and taste that enhances the flavor of dishes, especially in Mediterranean and Asian cooking. Garlic is also known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it a popular choice for improving overall health. Whether used fresh or dried, garlic adds depth and complexity to any dish, making it a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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