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Is alecrim vegan?

Alecrim is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is alecrim?

Alecrim, also known as rosemary, is a fragrant herb that has long, needle-like leaves and a distinct pine-like aroma. Native to the Mediterranean region, alecrim has been used for centuries as a culinary herb to flavor a variety of dishes, including roasted meats, stews, and breads. It is also known for its medicinal properties, including its ability to improve memory, reduce inflammation, and boost the immune system. Alecrim's strong, earthy flavor pairs well with other herbs like thyme and sage, making it a popular ingredient in many traditional European dishes. Whether used fresh or dried, alecrim is a versatile and flavorful addition to any recipe.

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