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Is de la menthe poivrée vegan?

De la menthe poivrée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de la menthe poivrée?

De la menthe poivrée, also known as peppermint, is a versatile herb commonly used in culinary and medicinal applications. Its refreshing fragrance and cooling taste make it an excellent addition to teas, desserts, and cocktails. Peppermint contains essential oils that have been shown to aid digestion, relieve headaches, and reduce stress. It also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it a popular ingredient in natural remedies. De la menthe poivrée can be grown easily in both indoor and outdoor spaces, and its leaves can be harvested throughout the growing season for use in various recipes.

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