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Is sariette vegan?

Sariette is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sariette?

Sariette, also known as winter savory, is a fragrant herb that belongs to the mint family. Its leaves are narrow, dark green, and glossy, with a slightly bitter and pungent taste. Sariette is often used as a seasoning in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in French and Italian dishes. It pairs well with meats, vegetables, and legumes, and is a popular addition to stuffing, stews, and marinades. Sariette is also prized for its medicinal properties, as it has been used for centuries to aid digestion and soothe sore throats. This versatile herb is a must-have for any culinary enthusiast looking to add some depth and complexity to their dishes.

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