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Are grape musts vegan?

Grape musts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grape musts?

Grape musts are a thick, sweet, and viscous liquid that is obtained from freshly crushed grapes during the winemaking process. This ingredient is essentially unfermented grape juice, with a high concentration of natural sugars, acids, and tannins. Grape musts are often used in Italian cuisine to make balsamic vinegar, as they provide the essential flavor and color to the vinegar. They are also used to make grape syrup, a popular ingredient in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Grape musts can add a unique, fruity flavor and a natural sweetness to a variety of dishes, making them a versatile and delicious ingredient in any kitchen.

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