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Is basilic seche vegan?

Basilic seche is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is basilic seche?

Dried basil, known as "basilic seche" in French, is a popular herb used in a variety of cuisines worldwide. The leaves are harvested, washed, and carefully dried to preserve their vibrant green color and unique flavor. The dried herb has a concentrated aroma and taste, with notes of sweetness, anise, and pepper. It is a versatile ingredient that can be added to sauces, soups, stews, and pasta dishes. Dried basil is a convenient alternative to fresh basil, as it has a longer shelf life and can be easily stored in a cool, dry place. Its flavorful profile and health benefits make it an essential ingredient in any spice rack.

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