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Is aus pfirsich vegan?

Aus pfirsich is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aus pfirsich?

"Aus Pfirsich" is a German phrase that translates to "made from peaches." This food ingredient is commonly used in recipes that require a sweet and fruity flavor. It can be found in various forms such as peach puree, peach jam, and peach extract. "Aus Pfirsich" is known for its ability to add a burst of summer sunshine to dishes, making it a popular ingredient in desserts, sauces, and drinks. This versatile ingredient is not only delicious but also nutritious, as peaches are packed with vitamins and antioxidants. So if you're looking to add a touch of sweetness and health to your meals, "aus Pfirsich" is the way to go.

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