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Is tillivoi vegan?

Tillivoi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tillivoi?

Tillivoi is a unique food ingredient that adds a burst of flavor to any dish. It is a plant-based spice, which is derived from the leaves of the Tillia tree. Tillivoi has a sweet and floral aroma, with hints of citrus and mint. Its flavor profile is a perfect blend of sweetness and tanginess, making it an ideal addition to desserts, teas, and cocktails. Tillivoi is also known for its medicinal properties, which include reducing anxiety, promoting relaxation, and aiding digestion. This versatile ingredient can transform any dish into a gourmet masterpiece, and its popularity is quickly increasing among food enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals alike.

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