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Are hierbas vegan?

Hierbas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hierbas?

Hierbas is a flavorful blend of herbs that is commonly used in Spanish and Latin American cuisine. The name "hierbas" literally means "herbs" in Spanish, but this blend is anything but ordinary. It typically includes a mix of oregano, thyme, marjoram, parsley, and cilantro, along with other herbs like rosemary, sage, and bay leaves. This combination creates a complex and aromatic flavor profile that can add depth and richness to soups, stews, marinades, and sauces. Hierbas is a versatile ingredient that can be used to enhance the flavor of many dishes, and is a must-have for any home cook looking to add a touch of Latin American flair to their meals.

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