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Is limettenblätter vegan?

Limettenblätter is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is limettenblätter?

Limettenblätter, also known as kaffir lime leaves, are a popular ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine. These aromatic leaves are dark green and have a unique shape with a double leaf joined together. The leaves have a citrusy flavor and are often used to add a tangy, slightly sour taste to dishes. They are commonly used in curries, soups, and stir-fries, and can also be used to infuse teas and cocktails. Limettenblätter are packed with essential oils that provide a variety of health benefits, including improving digestion and reducing inflammation. They can be found fresh or dried in specialty Asian markets and online stores.

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