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Is blood orange vegan?

Blood orange is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is blood orange?

Blood oranges are a type of citrus fruit with a unique and striking crimson-colored flesh that sets them apart from other oranges. These oranges are typically smaller in size than traditional oranges and have a sweeter, more intense flavor that is often described as slightly tart with a hint of raspberry or cranberry. The flesh of a blood orange can vary from light pink to deep red, depending on the variety and ripeness. This versatile fruit can be used in a variety of dishes, from salads and salsas to desserts and cocktails, adding both flavor and vibrant color. With their distinctive taste and appearance, blood oranges are a delicious and visually stunning addition to any dish.

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