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Is basilic thaï vegan?

Basilic thaï is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is basilic thaï?

Basilic thaï, also known as Thai basil, is a highly aromatic herb that adds a distinct flavor to any dish. Its leaves are smaller and more delicate than traditional sweet basil, with a rich, licorice-like aroma and a slight spicy kick. This herb is commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine, particularly in Thai, Vietnamese, and Lao dishes. Its unique flavor profile pairs well with spicy and savory flavors, making it a staple in many curries, stir-fries, and noodle dishes. In addition to its culinary uses, basilic thaï also has medicinal properties and is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits.

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