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Is le de laurier vegan?

Le de laurier is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le de laurier?

Leaves of the bay laurel tree, commonly known as "le de laurier" in French, are a fragrant and flavorful herb used in a variety of cuisines worldwide. These leaves have a subtle bitterness with a sharp, pungent, and slightly floral aroma. Le de laurier is most commonly used in soups, stews, and sauces, adding depth and complexity to the flavor profile. The leaves are also used in pickling and as a seasoning for meats, fish, and vegetables. Le de laurier is believed to have a range of health benefits, including improving digestion and reducing inflammation. It's a versatile ingredient that adds a distinctive taste and aroma to many dishes.

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