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Are de canneberges vegan?

De canneberges is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de canneberges?

"De canneberges" is the French term for cranberries, a tart and tangy fruit that is widely used in cooking and baking. These small, round berries are typically harvested in the fall and can be found fresh, dried, or frozen. Cranberries are known for their high levels of antioxidants and their ability to support urinary tract health. In addition to their health benefits, they also add a burst of flavor to dishes, from sweet cranberry sauce to savory cranberry chutney. Whether enjoyed as a snack or incorporated into recipes, de canneberges are a versatile ingredient with a unique taste that adds depth and complexity to any dish.

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