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Is miel châtaignier vegan?

Miel châtaignier is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel châtaignier?

Miel châtaignier, or chestnut honey, is a distinct and flavorful ingredient that offers a taste of the forest with notes of caramel and nutty undertones. This honey is made by bees who forage on the nectar produced by chestnut trees during their flowering season. The result is a rich, amber-colored honey that is high in minerals and antioxidants. Known for its strong, bold flavor, miel châtaignier is versatile and can be used in a variety of dishes, from sweet desserts to savory marinades. It's also an excellent natural remedy for sore throats and coughs thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.

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