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Are miels vegan?

Miels is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miels?

Miels, a French word for "honey", is a sweet, viscous food substance produced by bees from the nectar of flowers. This golden liquid has a complex flavor profile, ranging from floral and fruity to earthy and smoky. Miels are rich in natural antioxidants, enzymes, and minerals, making them a popular natural sweetener and ingredient in many recipes. Miels come in different varieties, each with its unique taste, texture, and color, depending on the source of nectar and the processing method used. Whether you drizzle it over pancakes, stir it into tea, or use it as a glaze for roasted vegetables, miels add a distinct flavor and health benefits to your meals.

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