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Is the vert de sencha vegan?

The vert de sencha is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is the vert de sencha?

Vert de Sencha is a Japanese green tea known for its fresh, grassy flavor and vibrant green color. The leaves are steamed shortly after being harvested to prevent oxidation and then rolled into needle-like shapes. Rich in antioxidants and catechins, this ingredient is widely used in culinary preparations and health supplements. With its delicate aroma and smooth texture, Vert de Sencha adds depth and complexity to dishes ranging from sushi to desserts. Enjoy it as a refreshing beverage or incorporate it into your cooking for a unique twist on classic recipes.

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