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Is candied orange zest vegan?

Candied orange zest is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is candied orange zest?

Candied orange zest is a flavorful and versatile ingredient commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes. This delicious ingredient is made by boiling strips of orange peel in a sugar syrup until they become tender and infused with the sweet, tangy flavor of the orange. The resulting candy has a chewy texture and is often used to add a burst of citrusy sweetness to cakes, cookies, and other desserts. In savory dishes, candied orange zest is used to add a bright, refreshing flavor to meat dishes, salads, and sauces. This unique ingredient is a must-have for any foodie looking to add some zing to their culinary creations.

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