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Is bigaradier vegan?

Bigaradier is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bigaradier?

Bigaradier, also known as bitter orange, is a citrus tree with a distinctively tart and bitter fruit. The fruit of the bigaradier is smaller than a typical orange, but its flavor is just as intense, with notes of both sweetness and bitterness. The essential oil extracted from the fruit is widely used in perfumes and cosmetics, while the fruit itself is used to flavor liqueurs and marmalades. Bigaradier trees are also cultivated for their ornamental value, as their fragrant flowers and shiny leaves make them a popular choice for gardens and landscaping.

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