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Is baie de genievre vegan?

Baie de genievre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baie de genievre?

Baie de genièvre, also known as juniper berries, is a small, dark blue fruit that is commonly used as a spice in European cuisine. These berries have a distinct piney and slightly bitter taste that is often compared to that of rosemary. They are a key ingredient in making gin, where they are steeped in alcohol to create the spirit's signature flavor. In cooking, they are used to add depth and complexity to dishes such as game meats, sauerkraut, and stews. Aside from their culinary uses, baie de genièvre is also believed to have medicinal properties, and is sometimes used to aid digestion or as a natural diuretic.

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