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Is orenga vegan?

Orenga is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orenga?

Oregna, also known as Origanum Vulgare, is an aromatic herb that belongs to the mint family. With a pungent and slightly bitter taste, oregna is commonly used as a flavoring agent in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in Italian and Greek dishes. Its leaves are small and oval-shaped, with a deep green color that makes it an attractive garnish. Oregna is also renowned for its medicinal properties, having been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments, from digestive problems to respiratory issues. This versatile herb is often dried and used in spice blends, and can be found in a variety of forms, including fresh, dried, and ground.

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