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Are pineapples vegan?

Pineapples is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pineapples?

Pineapples are a tropical fruit known for their sweet and tangy flavor, juicy texture, and unique appearance. The fruit is made up of many individual berries that fuse together around a central core, giving it a distinctive cylindrical shape with a spiky, rough exterior. Pineapples are a rich source of vitamin C, manganese, and bromelain, an enzyme that aids digestion and has anti-inflammatory properties. This versatile ingredient can be enjoyed fresh, grilled, baked, juiced, or blended into smoothies, and is a popular addition to a wide range of dishes, from sweet to savory, including salads, desserts, cocktails, and meat marinades.

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