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Is mint vegan?

Mint is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mint?

Mint is a versatile herb with a refreshing, cool flavor that is widely used in culinary and medicinal applications. Its distinctive aroma and flavor profile come from the volatile oils it contains, including menthol, menthone, and cineol. Mint is commonly used to add depth and complexity to sweet and savory dishes, such as cocktails, salads, soups, and desserts. In addition to its culinary uses, mint has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to soothe upset stomachs, relieve headaches, and promote relaxation. With its unique combination of flavor and health benefits, mint is a valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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