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Are de mentas vegan?

De mentas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de mentas?

De mentas, which translates to "of mints" in English, refers to an ingredient that is derived from mint plants. The leaves of the mint plant are typically harvested and dried before being crushed into a fine powder or chopped into small pieces. This ingredient is commonly used in a variety of culinary applications, such as flavoring desserts, adding a refreshing taste to drinks, and enhancing the flavor of savory dishes. With its distinct aroma and flavor, de mentas is a versatile ingredient that adds a unique twist to any recipe. Its cooling and soothing properties make it a popular ingredient in traditional medicine as well, often used to ease digestive issues and promote relaxation.

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