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Is cassis. vegan?

Cassis. is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cassis.?

Cassis, also known as blackcurrant, is a small, dark purple berry that grows on shrubs in temperate regions. It has a sweet yet slightly tart flavor that is often used to add depth and complexity to various dishes and beverages. Cassis is particularly popular in French cuisine, where it is used to make a variety of desserts, sauces, and liqueurs. In addition to its culinary uses, cassis is also rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, and other beneficial compounds that may offer various health benefits. Whether you're looking to add a unique twist to your cooking or boost your nutrient intake, cassis is a versatile and delicious ingredient to consider.

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