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Is epazote juice vegan?

Epazote juice is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is epazote juice?

Epazote juice is a distinctive Mexican ingredient made from the leaves of the epazote plant. Its vibrant green color and strong, pungent flavor make it a popular choice for adding depth to numerous traditional dishes. Epazote has long been used in Mexican cuisine for its digestive and medicinal properties, believed to alleviate intestinal discomfort and prevent flatulence. The juice is typically made by blending fresh epazote leaves with water or other liquids, and can be used in sauces, soups, stews, and even cocktails. Its unique taste and purported health benefits make it a must-try for food enthusiasts looking to explore the flavors of traditional Mexican cooking.

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