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Is miel de citronnier vegan?

Miel de citronnier is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de citronnier?

Miel de citronnier, also known as lemon blossom honey, is a golden, aromatic honey with a distinct citrusy flavor. It is made by bees collecting nectar from the delicate white flowers of the lemon tree, which bloom for a short period each year. The resulting honey has a light texture and a refreshing tang, making it a popular choice for tea, toast, and baked goods. Lemon blossom honey is also highly prized for its medicinal properties, with some studies suggesting it may have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. Overall, miel de citronnier is a delicious and versatile ingredient that adds a touch of sunshine to any dish.

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