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Is baie de sureau vegan?

Baie de sureau is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baie de sureau?

Baie de sureau, also known as elderberry in English, is a small, dark-purple berry that grows on the elder tree. This versatile fruit has a slightly tart taste with a hint of sweetness, making it a popular ingredient in jams, jellies, and syrups. Baie de sureau is also a great source of antioxidants and is believed to have immune-boosting properties. Additionally, the flowers of the elder tree can be used to make tea or to infuse drinks with a delicate floral flavor. Whether used for culinary or medicinal purposes, baie de sureau is a must-try ingredient with a long history of use in traditional European cuisine.

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