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Are purée d' ananas vegan?

Purée d' ananas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is purée d' ananas?

Purée d'ananas, or pineapple puree, is a smooth and velvety ingredient made from ripe, juicy pineapples that have been peeled, cored, and blended into a silky puree. With its bright yellow color and tropical flavor, this puree is perfect for adding a burst of fruity sweetness to a variety of dishes, from cocktails and smoothies to sauces, marinades, and desserts. Its versatile nature also makes it an excellent substitute for fresh pineapple, especially when the fruit is out of season or not readily available. A true tropical delight, purée d'ananas is a must-have ingredient for any adventurous cook or mixologist.

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