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Are keserű narancs vegan?

Keserű narancs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is keserű narancs?

Keserű narancs, also known as bitter orange, is a citrus fruit with a distinctively tart and slightly bitter flavor. The fruit is smaller than a typical orange and has a rougher, more textured skin. The juice, which is high in vitamin C and other nutrients, is often used in cocktails, marmalades, and marinades, while the zest adds a zesty burst of flavor to baked goods and savory dishes. Keserű narancs is also used in traditional medicine as a digestive aid and to help relieve symptoms of anxiety and insomnia. With its unique taste and health benefits, keserű narancs is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that adds a special touch to any recipe.

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