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Is harebell vegan?

Harebell is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harebell?

Harebell, also known as Campanula rotundifolia, is a delicate and enchanting herb that belongs to the bellflower family. With its slender stems, heart-shaped leaves, and delicate blue-violet flowers, harebell is a beautiful addition to any dish or tea blend. Harebell has a mild, slightly sweet flavor that complements both sweet and savory dishes, and is often used as a natural remedy for respiratory ailments. Rich in antioxidants and flavonoids, harebell has been valued for its medicinal properties for centuries. Its delicate beauty and versatility make harebell a cherished ingredient in the world of culinary arts and herbal medicine.

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