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Is les de mauve vegan?

Les de mauve is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is les de mauve?

Les de mauve is a French term that refers to the dried leaves of the mallow plant. These leaves have a distinctive purple color and a mild flavor with slightly bitter notes. They are commonly used in traditional French cuisine as a natural food coloring agent and to add a delicate herbal aroma to dishes. Les de mauve are also valued for their medicinal properties, as they contain antioxidants and have been used for centuries to soothe sore throats and digestive issues. This versatile ingredient can be found in specialty food stores and is a must-have for any home chef looking to add a touch of French flair to their dishes.

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