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Is bleuet vegan?

Bleuet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bleuet?

Bleuet, commonly known as wild blueberry, is a small, flavorful berry native to North America. These deep blue-purple berries have a unique tangy-sweet taste and are prized for their high antioxidant content, making them a popular superfood. Bleuets are commonly used in jams, jellies, pies, and baked goods, and can also be enjoyed fresh or frozen. Unlike cultivated blueberries, wild blueberries have a more intense flavor, smaller size, and a thicker skin. They are often hand-picked in the wild, adding to their allure and mystique. Bleuets are a versatile and delicious ingredient that can add a burst of flavor and nutrition to a variety of dishes.

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