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Is baies sureau vegan?

Baies sureau is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baies sureau?

Baies sureau, also known as elderberries, are small dark purple berries that grow on the elder tree. These tart and tangy berries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Elderberries have been used for centuries in traditional medicine for their immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties. They can be consumed fresh, but are more commonly used in jams, syrups, and teas. Elderberry syrup is a popular natural remedy for cold and flu symptoms, and elderberry wine is a delicious and fruity beverage. With their unique flavor and health benefits, baies sureau are a versatile and valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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