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Are de cassis vegan?

De cassis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de cassis?

De cassis is a French term that translates to "of blackcurrant." This ingredient refers to a concentrated syrup made from blackcurrant juice and sugar, which can be used to add a sweet, tangy flavor to a variety of desserts and cocktails. The deep purple hue of de cassis adds a pop of color to any dish or drink it's added to. Blackcurrants are known for their high levels of vitamin C and antioxidants, making de cassis not only delicious but also a nutritious addition to any recipe. This versatile ingredient can be found in specialty stores or online, and it's a must-have for anyone looking to add a touch of French elegance to their culinary creations.

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