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Is basilika vegan?

Basilika is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is basilika?

Basilika, also known as sweet basil or Genovese basil, is a popular herb in Mediterranean cuisine. This aromatic herb has a sweet, slightly peppery flavor and is commonly used in Italian dishes such as pasta sauces and pesto. Basilika also adds a fresh and vibrant touch to salads, soups, and marinades. Not only does it enhance the flavor of your dishes, but it also offers a range of health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. This versatile herb is easy to grow and can be used fresh or dried to add a burst of flavor to any recipe.

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