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Is racines de reglisse vegan?

Racines de reglisse is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is racines de reglisse?

Racines de réglisse, also known as licorice root, is a highly prized ingredient in the culinary world for its distinct flavor and medicinal properties. It is the root of a perennial herbaceous plant that is native to Europe and Asia. The roots are harvested and dried before being used in various culinary applications, including candy making, teas, and savory dishes. Its natural sweetness and unique flavor profile make it a popular choice for confectionery and dessert recipes. Additionally, it is believed to have anti-inflammatory and digestive benefits, making it a popular ingredient in traditional medicine.

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