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Is fenouil vegan?

Fenouil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fenouil?

Fenouil, also known as fennel, is a flavorful and aromatic herb that adds a unique taste to a variety of dishes. With its feathery green leaves and bulbous base, fenouil is a versatile ingredient that can be used in salads, soups, stews, and even desserts. Its anise-like flavor makes it a popular ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine, where it is often paired with seafood and roasted meats. Fenouil is also known for its many health benefits, including its ability to aid digestion, reduce inflammation, and boost immunity. Whether you're looking to add some extra flavor to your meals or improve your overall health, fenouil is a great ingredient to incorporate into your diet.

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