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Are hierbas y especias vegan?

Hierbas y especias is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hierbas y especias?

"Hierbas y especias" is a flavorful combination of herbs and spices that can elevate any dish with its aromatic and pungent flavors. These ingredients have been used for centuries to add depth and complexity to dishes, and they continue to be an essential part of many cuisines around the world. From the floral notes of lavender and thyme to the heat of cumin and chili powder, hierbas y especias offer a wide range of flavors that can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. Whether you're making a marinade, rub, or seasoning blend, hierbas y especias are the perfect way to add a burst of flavor to your food.

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