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Is angelica archangelica vegan?

Angelica archangelica is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is angelica archangelica?

Angelica archangelica, also known as garden angelica or wild celery, is a versatile herb that is commonly used in Scandinavian, German, and Russian cuisine. The plant's aromatic roots, stems, and leaves have a distinctive musky, earthy flavor that is both sweet and bitter. Angelica archangelica is often used to flavor liqueurs, bitters, and vermouths, and it is also used as a natural remedy for digestive issues and respiratory problems. In addition to its culinary and medicinal uses, angelica archangelica is valued for its ornamental qualities, with its large, umbrella-like flower clusters and towering height making it a standout in garden landscapes.

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