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Is garlic clove vegan?

Garlic clove is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is garlic clove?

A garlic clove is a small, bulb-shaped section of the garlic plant that is prized for its intense flavor and numerous health benefits. With a pungent, slightly spicy taste and aroma, garlic cloves are often used to add depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from savory soups and stews to zesty marinades and dressings. Rich in antioxidants and nutrients like vitamin C and vitamin B6, garlic cloves are also believed to have medicinal properties, including immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory effects. Whether roasted, minced, or sautéed, garlic cloves are a versatile ingredient that adds bold flavor and healthful benefits to any meal.

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