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Is thai-basilikum vegan?

Thai-basilikum is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thai-basilikum?

Thai basil, also known as Thai sweet basil or Thai basilicum, is a herb commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine. It has a distinctive aroma and flavor that is slightly spicy, with hints of anise and licorice. The plant has green leaves and purple stems, and its leaves are slightly smaller and more pointed than those of Italian basil. Thai basil is often used in curries, stir-fries, and noodle dishes, and it is also a key ingredient in Thai basil chicken, a popular dish in Thai cuisine. Its unique flavor and versatility make it a must-have herb in any kitchen that loves to experiment with Asian flavors.

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