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Is hairy panic vegan?

Hairy panic is a type of grass that is native to Australia. It grows up to 60 cm in height and has thin leaves that are covered in fine hairs, giving it a slightly fuzzy appearance. The grass gets its name from its tendency to form large, dense mats that can engulf entire fields, creating an almost hairy-looking landscape. Although the grass is not commonly used as a food ingredient, it is highly valued for its ability to improve soil health and prevent soil erosion in agricultural areas. Additionally, some indigenous cultures have used hairy panic for medicinal purposes.

Hairy panic is a vegan food ingredient.

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