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Are dilles vegan?

Dilles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dilles?

Dill is a fragrant and flavorful herb that belongs to the parsley family. It has a unique taste profile that combines elements of fennel, anise, and celery with a hint of lemon. The delicate, feathery leaves of dill are commonly used as a garnish or to add a refreshing flavor to dishes like salads, seafood, and pickles. This versatile herb is also known for its medicinal properties, as it contains essential oils that aid in digestion and have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Dill is a popular ingredient in Scandinavian, Eastern European, and Mediterranean cuisines, and it can add a distinctive touch to any recipe.

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