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Are miel du gâtinais vegan?

Miel du gâtinais is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel du gâtinais?

Miel du Gâtinais is a premium quality honey that originates from the Gâtinais region in France. This exquisite honey is renowned for its delicate floral aroma and rich, golden color. The unique blend of wildflowers, including lime, chestnut, and acacia, gives this honey its distinct flavor profile, which is both sweet and tangy. Miel du Gâtinais is carefully harvested by local beekeepers who use traditional methods to ensure that the honey retains its natural goodness and purity. This versatile ingredient can be used in a variety of culinary applications, from sweetening tea and desserts to enhancing the flavor of savory dishes.

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