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Are chasselas vegan?

Chasselas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chasselas?

Chasselas is a variety of white grape with a thin skin and a sweet, juicy pulp. This ancient grape variety originated in the Middle East and has been cultivated for thousands of years. It is primarily grown in Switzerland, where it is a popular table grape and used to produce crisp, refreshing wines with delicate floral and fruit aromas. Chasselas grapes have a low acidity and are known for their crisp texture and subtle, honeyed flavor. This versatile grape can be enjoyed fresh, dried, or used in cooking to add a touch of sweetness and complexity to dishes.

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