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Is de tilleul vegan?

De tilleul is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de tilleul?

De tilleul is a French term that translates to "of linden" in English. It refers to a dried herb made from the flowers and leaves of the linden tree, also known as the lime tree. De tilleul has a sweet and delicate flavor with a slightly floral aroma, making it a popular ingredient in herbal teas, tisanes, and infusions. It is believed to have calming properties that can help soothe anxiety and promote relaxation. De tilleul is also used in traditional medicine to alleviate various ailments, such as colds, coughs, and digestive issues. This versatile ingredient can add a unique and exotic twist to a variety of dishes and drinks, making it a must-have for any food enthusiast.

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