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Is angelica vegan?

Angelica is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is angelica?

Angelica is a herbaceous plant that grows up to 2 meters tall and is native to northern Europe and Asia. It has a unique flavor that is described as slightly bitter, sweet, and earthy. Angelica is often used in traditional herbal medicine to treat digestive issues and respiratory ailments. Additionally, its leaves, stems, and roots are used in culinary preparations, such as seasoning for fish dishes, liqueurs, candies, and baked goods. In Chinese cuisine, angelica is used as a spice in soups, stews, and hotpot dishes. Its distinctive aroma and taste make it a favorite ingredient among chefs who want to add depth and complexity to their recipes.

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