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Is fresh basil vegan?

Fresh basil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fresh basil?

Fresh basil is a versatile and aromatic herb that adds a unique flavor to any dish. With its bright green leaves and sweet yet peppery taste, basil is a staple ingredient in many Mediterranean and Asian cuisines. Its distinctive aroma is often associated with freshness, making it a popular choice in salads, sandwiches, and pesto sauces. Basil is also a good source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as antioxidants and essential oils that have been linked to a range of health benefits. Whether you're cooking up a storm in the kitchen or looking to add some extra flavor to your meals, fresh basil is a must-try ingredient.

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