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Is grønn te vegan?

Grønn te is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grønn te?

Grønn te, also known as green tea, is a popular ingredient in many cuisines worldwide. It is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, which are plucked and quickly steamed or pan-fired to prevent oxidation. This process preserves the tea's natural antioxidants, giving it a distinct flavor and health benefits. Grønn te has a delicate and slightly vegetal taste, with notes of grass, seaweed, and a hint of sweetness. It is often brewed hot or cold and used as a base for teas, lattes, smoothies, and even desserts. With its refreshing flavor and numerous health benefits, grønn te is a versatile and valuable ingredient for any food lover.

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