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Are oranges de sévilles vegan?

Oranges de sévilles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oranges de sévilles?

Oranges de Séville, also known as bitter oranges, are a distinct and versatile citrus fruit with a rich history. Originating in the Mediterranean, these oranges are tart and sour with a strong, floral aroma. Their distinctive taste and acidity make them a popular ingredient in traditional Spanish and North African cuisine, where they are often used to make marmalades, sauces, and marinades. The unique flavor of oranges de Séville also lends itself well to sweet treats like cakes and tarts. Rich in vitamin C and other essential nutrients, these oranges offer both flavor and health benefits, making them a popular ingredient in modern recipes as well.

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