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Is laventeli vegan?

Laventeli is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laventeli?

Laventeli is a fragrant herb that has been used in cooking and medicine for centuries. Also known as lavender, it is native to the Mediterranean region and is characterized by its delicate purple flowers and soothing aroma. Laventeli has a subtle floral flavor that pairs well with sweet and savory dishes alike. It is commonly used in desserts, such as lavender-infused ice cream or cake, but also adds a unique touch to savory dishes like roasted chicken or grilled vegetables. In addition to its culinary uses, laventeli has also been praised for its calming and relaxing properties and is often used in aromatherapy and skincare products.

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