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Is romarin vegan?

Romarin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is romarin?

Rosemary, also known as "romarin" in French, is a fragrant and versatile herb that is commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine. This woody, perennial plant has needle-like leaves that are rich in essential oils, giving it a strong, earthy flavor that is both pungent and slightly bitter. Rosemary is often used to add depth and complexity to savory dishes like roasted meats, vegetables, and soups, and is also a popular ingredient in breads and pastries. In addition to its culinary uses, rosemary has also been used for its medicinal properties for centuries, and is believed to have a wide range of health benefits, including improving digestion and memory function.

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