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Is coconut flavour vegan?

Coconut flavour is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is coconut flavour?

Coconut flavour is a versatile and popular ingredient used in many different types of foods, ranging from desserts to curries. It has a distinct tropical taste, with sweet and nutty undertones that add depth and complexity to any dish. Coconut flavour can be achieved through the use of coconut extract, coconut milk, or shredded coconut, and it pairs well with other tropical flavors such as pineapple or mango. Whether you're looking to add a hint of the exotic to your cooking or create a completely new flavor profile, coconut flavour is a delicious and easy way to achieve it.

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