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Are zeste d'oranges vegan?

Zeste d'oranges is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zeste d'oranges?

Zeste d'oranges, or orange zest, is a fragrant and tangy ingredient derived from the outer layer of an orange's skin. With its vibrant and zesty flavor, orange zest is commonly used to add a burst of citrusy brightness to a wide range of dishes, from desserts to savory dishes. The finely grated zest is rich in natural oils, making it a popular ingredient in baked goods, marinades, sauces, and cocktails. Not only does it add a bright citrusy flavor, but it also provides a pop of color to enhance the visual appeal of your dish. So, next time you want to add a touch of zest to your recipes, think orange zest!.

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