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Is majoránna vegan?

Majoránna is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is majoránna?

Majoránna, commonly known as marjoram, is a versatile herb that adds a warm, slightly sweet, and slightly bitter flavor to dishes. It's native to the Mediterranean region but is now cultivated widely around the world. Its delicate, small leaves are typically used fresh or dried in cooking, often in combination with other herbs like thyme, oregano, or basil. Majoránna is a popular ingredient in soups, stews, and sauces, and it pairs well with meats, vegetables, and legumes. It also has potential health benefits, such as antibacterial properties and aiding digestion. Overall, its unique flavor profile and versatility make majoránna a valuable addition to any kitchen.

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