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Is dandelion tea vegan?

Dandelion tea is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dandelion tea?

Dandelion tea is a unique and flavorful herbal infusion made from the roots or leaves of the dandelion plant. This beloved beverage has a slightly bitter taste that is often described as earthy or nutty, with hints of sweetness. Dandelion tea is known for its myriad of health benefits, including aiding digestion, flushing toxins from the body, reducing inflammation, and supporting liver function. It can be enjoyed hot or cold, and is a great alternative to coffee or traditional tea. With its delicious flavor and numerous health benefits, dandelion tea is a must-try for anyone looking to add more variety to their daily beverage routine.

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