As far as i know, assuming you don't use any of the authentication stuff laravel provides, the only thing laravel might store thats of any importance is "flash data". So if you do anything like:
then laravel will store the "flash data" in session, and pull it back out of the session for access after the redirect. If you have avoided using that feature, then your fine.
Don't forget that laravel includes drivers for redis/memcache if you do need to add sessions to your stack.
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