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Is lavendel vegan?

Lavendel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lavendel?

Lavender, also known as lavendel, is a flowering plant that is native to the Mediterranean region. It is a popular ingredient in the culinary world, adding a delicate floral flavor to sweet and savory dishes alike. Lavender can be used in baked goods such as cakes, cookies, and scones, as well as in cocktails, teas, and syrups. Its fragrant aroma also makes it a common ingredient in aromatherapy and beauty products. Lavender has been used for centuries for its calming properties and is believed to promote relaxation and reduce anxiety. When cooking with lavender, it is important to use it sparingly, as too much can result in an overpowering taste.

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