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Is miel de fleur d'oranger vegan?

Miel de fleur d'oranger is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de fleur d'oranger?

Miel de fleur d'oranger, or orange blossom honey, is a golden-colored honey with a delicate and fragrant floral aroma. It is harvested from the nectar of orange blossom flowers, which grow in warm and sunny regions such as the Mediterranean. This honey has a mild and sweet taste, with notes of citrus and a subtle hint of bitterness. It is known for its therapeutic properties and is used in many traditional medicines to treat ailments such as sore throats, coughs, and digestive issues. Orange blossom honey is also a popular ingredient in desserts, tea, and marinades, adding a unique floral flavor and natural sweetness to dishes.

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