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Is anis vert vegan?

Anis vert is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anis vert?

Anis vert, also known as green anise, is a flavorful herb commonly used in culinary and medicinal applications. With its bright green feathery leaves and delicate white flowers, anis vert is a visually striking addition to any dish or garden. The plant has a licorice-like flavor that can add depth and complexity to savory dishes such as stews and soups, as well as sweet treats like cakes and cookies. Anis vert is also a popular ingredient in herbal remedies, particularly for its digestive and respiratory benefits. Whether used in the kitchen or the medicine cabinet, anis vert is a versatile and aromatic herb with a long history of use in traditional cultures.

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