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Are dried strawberries vegan?

Dried strawberries is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is dried strawberries?

Dried strawberries are a delightful ingredient that adds a burst of fruity sweetness and tangy flavor to any dish. Made by dehydrating fresh strawberries, this ingredient offers a convenient way to enjoy the taste of strawberries all year round. Dried strawberries are perfect for adding to trail mix, granola bars, or oatmeal for a quick and healthy snack, but they also make an excellent addition to baked goods like muffins or scones. Their vibrant red color and chewy texture make them a beautiful garnish on top of desserts like cakes or ice cream, adding both flavor and visual appeal.

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