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Is meirami vegan?

Meirami is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is meirami?

Meirami is a versatile food ingredient that comes from the leaves of the Myrtus communis plant, also known as common myrtle. With its fragrant and slightly bitter flavor profile, meirami adds a unique twist to both sweet and savory dishes. This ingredient is often used in Mediterranean cuisine, where it's sprinkled over grilled meats, mixed into yogurt-based dips, or incorporated into baked goods. Meirami is rich in antioxidants and has been traditionally used for medicinal purposes, such as treating respiratory ailments and digestive issues. Its distinct taste and health benefits make meirami a must-have ingredient for any adventurous home cook or professional chef.

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