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Is candied orange-peel vegan?

Candied orange-peel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is candied orange-peel?

Candied orange-peel is a delicious and versatile ingredient that adds a burst of citrus flavor to any dish. Made by cooking strips of orange peel in a sugar syrup until they are coated and crystallized, candied orange-peel has a sweet and slightly bitter taste with a chewy texture. It is commonly used in baked goods such as fruitcakes, panettone, and stollen, but can also be used as a topping for ice cream, a garnish for cocktails, or even eaten on its own as a tasty snack. With its bright orange color and tangy taste, candied orange-peel is a great way to add a pop of flavor and color to any recipe.

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