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Is common yellow woodsorrel vegan?

Common yellow woodsorrel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is common yellow woodsorrel?

Common yellow woodsorrel (Oxalis stricta) is a flowering plant that belongs to the Oxalidaceae family. This herbaceous perennial grows up to 20cm tall and has trifoliate leaves that resemble shamrocks. The plant produces small, bright yellow flowers that bloom from May to October. In addition to its ornamental value, common yellow woodsorrel has culinary uses, adding a tangy and slightly sour flavor to salads, soups, and sauces. It also has medicinal properties, with its leaves containing high amounts of vitamin C and being used traditionally to treat scurvy, fever, and digestive issues.

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