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Is miel de sapin vegan?

Miel de sapin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is miel de sapin?

Miel de sapin, also known as fir honey, is a rare and exquisite variety of honey that is collected from the nectar of fir tree flowers. With a distinct amber color and a strong and complex flavor, it has hints of balsamic, resin, and floral notes. This honey is rich in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties, making it a healthy and delicious addition to your diet. It pairs well with savory dishes like cheeses, meats, and roasted vegetables, as well as sweet treats like yogurts, pancakes, and cakes. Miel de sapin is a must-try for any honey connoisseur looking to explore unique and flavorful honey varieties.

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