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Are mout de raisins vegan?

Mout de raisins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mout de raisins?

Mout de raisins is a French culinary ingredient that translates to "grape must" in English. It's the freshly pressed juice extracted from grapes, usually used in wine production or as a sweetener in cooking. This syrupy liquid is rich in natural sugars and boasts a distinct fruity flavor with a subtle hint of acidity. Its deep amber color can add depth and complexity to dressings, marinades, and sauces, making it a popular choice among chefs looking for a unique and versatile ingredient. Mout de raisins is also a key component in balsamic vinegar, lending its signature sweetness to the complex, tangy condiment.

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