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Is van citroenmelisse vegan?

Van citroenmelisse is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is van citroenmelisse?

Van citroenmelisse is a Dutch term for lemon balm, a fragrant herb with a distinct citrusy aroma and flavor. Its leaves are oval-shaped, light green, and have a slightly wrinkled texture. Lemon balm is often used as a flavoring in tea, desserts, and cocktails, and is also known for its medicinal properties, such as promoting relaxation and reducing anxiety. This versatile herb can be grown in a garden or in a pot on a windowsill, making it a popular choice for home cooks and herbalists alike. Its bright, refreshing taste and calming effects make van citroenmelisse a must-have ingredient for any culinary or wellness enthusiast.

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