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Is garden angelica vegan?

Garden angelica is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is garden angelica?

Garden Angelica, also known as wild celery or holy ghost, is a biennial herb native to Europe and Asia. It is characterized by its tall, hollow stems that can reach up to 6 feet in height and its bright green, fern-like leaves. The plant is widely used in traditional medicine for its diuretic and digestive properties, and in the culinary world, its aromatic roots, seeds, and stems are often used to flavor liqueurs, baked goods, and savory dishes. Garden Angelica has a distinctive, slightly bitter flavor with hints of anise and celery, making it a unique and versatile ingredient for any recipe.

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