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Are citrons verts vegan?

Citrons verts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citrons verts?

Citrons verts are small, round, and juicy citrus fruits that are widely used in cooking and beverages. They are characterized by their bright green color and slightly tart flavor, which makes them a popular ingredient in many recipes. Citrons verts are commonly used to add a refreshing twist to dishes, such as salads, ceviches, and seafood recipes. They are also a staple ingredient in cocktails, particularly the famous mojito. These versatile fruits are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, making them a healthy addition to any diet. With their unique flavor and versatility, citrons verts are a must-have in any kitchen.

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