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Is herbs de provence vegan?

Herbs de provence is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is herbs de provence?

Herbs de Provence is a classic French herb blend that has been used for centuries to add aroma and flavor to savory dishes. This fragrant mix typically includes thyme, rosemary, oregano, marjoram, and other herbs native to the Mediterranean region. Its complex flavor profile makes it a versatile ingredient that pairs well with poultry, beef, lamb, vegetables, and more. Herbs de Provence can be used as a dry rub, added to sauces or marinades, or sprinkled over roasted vegetables or meats. Its distinctive aroma and taste make it a staple in any kitchen seeking to elevate its culinary creations to the next level.

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