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Are lime juices vegan?

Lime juices is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lime juices?

Lime juice is a tangy and citrusy ingredient that can add a refreshing twist to a wide range of dishes. Made by squeezing the juice from fresh limes, this ingredient is a versatile addition to marinades, dressings, cocktails, and desserts. Lime juice is not only flavorful but also a great source of vitamin C and antioxidants, making it a healthy ingredient to incorporate into your meals. Its bright green color and zesty aroma can elevate the visual and olfactory appeal of any recipe. Whether you're adding a splash to your guacamole or using it to brighten up your seafood, lime juice is a must-have ingredient for any kitchen.

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