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Is tymián vegan?

Tymián is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tymián?

Tymián, also known as thyme, is a fragrant and versatile herb that belongs to the mint family. Its leaves are small and green, with a slightly woody and earthy flavor, and a subtle hint of mint and lemon. Tymián is commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, where it is often added to meat, fish, and vegetable dishes, as well as soups, stews, and marinades. It is also a popular ingredient in herbal teas and natural remedies, due to its purported health benefits, such as improving digestion and boosting the immune system. Overall, tymián is a flavorful and aromatic herb that adds depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes.

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