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Is menthe vegan?

Menthe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is menthe?

Menthe, also known as mint, is a versatile herb used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. With a refreshing aroma and a cool, minty flavor, menthe is commonly added to teas, cocktails, and desserts. It's also used in savory dishes, such as salads and soups. In addition to its culinary uses, menthe is believed to have several health benefits, including aiding digestion and reducing inflammation. It's also used as a natural remedy for headaches and other minor ailments. Menthe is available in various forms, including fresh leaves, dried leaves, and essential oil. Its popularity and versatility make it a staple in many kitchens and homes around the world.

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