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Are lavandes vegan?

Lavandes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lavandes?

Lavandes, also known as lavender flowers, are a versatile and aromatic ingredient commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes. These delicate, purple-hued blossoms are known for their unique floral and slightly sweet flavor profile, which can add a subtle, yet distinct note to everything from baked goods and desserts to meat dishes and herbal teas. Lavandes are also prized for their therapeutic properties and are often used in aromatherapy and natural remedies for their calming and relaxing effects. In addition to their culinary and medicinal uses, lavandes are also popular in the beauty industry as a natural ingredient in skincare and haircare products.

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