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Is contient du tilleul vegan?

Contient du tilleul is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is contient du tilleul?

"Contient du tilleul" is a French phrase that translates to "contains linden." Linden is a fragrant tree that grows in temperate regions around the world, and its flowers and leaves have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. In culinary applications, linden flowers are often used to infuse teas, syrups, and other beverages with their sweet, honey-like flavor and calming properties. They can also be used to flavor baked goods, jams, and other desserts. Overall, incorporating tilleul into your cooking adds a unique, floral dimension to your dishes and a hint of relaxation to your palate.

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