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Are grenades vegan?

Grenades is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grenades?

Grenades, also known as pomegranates, are a unique fruit with a tough, leathery skin that protects clusters of ruby-red, jewel-like arils inside. These arils, which are the edible portion of the fruit, are packed with tart, juicy flavor and numerous small seeds. Grenades are often used in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines, where their vibrant color and distinct flavor add depth to salads, dips, and meat dishes. Additionally, grenadine, a sweet syrup used in cocktails and desserts, is derived from the juice of the pomegranate. High in antioxidants and nutrients, grenades are a delicious and healthy addition to any diet.

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