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Is miel de romero vegan?

Miel de romero is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de romero?

Miel de romero, also known as rosemary honey, is a natural sweetener with a distinctive herbal flavor profile. This golden honey is created by bees that feed on nectar from rosemary blossoms, resulting in a unique blend of sweetness and aromatic notes. With its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, miel de romero is a popular ingredient in traditional medicine for treating various ailments. It can be used as a tasty alternative to sugar in baking or cooking, and its savory flavor makes it a great addition to salad dressings or marinades. Enjoy the delicious taste and health benefits of miel de romero in your favorite recipes.

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