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Is buddha's hand vegan?

Buddha's Hand is a rare and unusual citrus fruit originating from China, with a striking appearance that resembles a human hand with elongated fingers. This fragrant and aromatic fruit is not commonly used for eating due to its lack of flesh and juice, but rather as a decorative ingredient or for its zest, which has a unique flavor profile that is floral, slightly sweet, and citrusy. Buddha's Hand is often used to infuse flavor into baked goods, cocktails, and sauces. With its striking appearance and distinct taste, Buddha's Hand adds a touch of exoticism to any dish it's used in.

Buddha's hand is a vegan food ingredient.

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