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Is carambole vegan?

Carambole is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carambole?

Carambole, also known as star fruit, is a tropical fruit that is native to Southeast Asia but now widely cultivated in many regions of the world. This fruit has a distinctive star-shaped appearance when sliced, hence the name. Its flavor is a combination of sweet and tart, with a texture similar to that of grapes. Carambole is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, and is believed to have numerous health benefits, including improved digestion and immune system function. It can be eaten fresh, added to salads or fruit cocktails, or used to make jams and preserves. Overall, carambole is a unique and delicious ingredient that adds a tropical touch to any dish.

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