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Is ferraúra vegan?

Ferraúra is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ferraúra?

Ferraúra is a traditional Mediterranean ingredient that has been used in cooking for centuries. It is a type of wild fennel that grows in rocky coastal areas and has a distinctive, pungent flavor that is both sweet and savory. Ferraúra is often used in seafood dishes, especially those featuring shellfish like mussels and clams. The herb can be used fresh or dried and added to soups, stews, and marinades to give them a unique and flavorful twist. Ferraúra is also known for its medicinal properties, as it is rich in antioxidants and can aid digestion and soothe stomach ailments. Its intense flavor and health benefits make it a versatile and valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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