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Is albaricoque vegan?

Albaricoque is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is albaricoque?

Albaricoque, also known as apricot, is a sweet and juicy fruit that belongs to the Rosaceae family. It is a small, orange-yellow fruit with a velvety skin and a round shape, similar to a peach. Albaricoque is rich in vitamin A, C, and dietary fiber, making it a nutritious addition to any diet. It has a delicate, sweet flavor with a slightly tart aftertaste that complements both sweet and savory dishes. This versatile ingredient can be used in a variety of ways, from making jams and desserts to adding flavor to salads and meat dishes. Albaricoque is a delicious and healthy ingredient that adds a pop of color and flavor to any meal.

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