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Is de fruit de la passion vegan?

De fruit de la passion is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de fruit de la passion?

Also known as passionfruit, "de fruit de la passion" is a tropical fruit that is both tangy and sweet in flavor. This exotic ingredient is small in size, typically about the size of a tennis ball, and has a hard, wrinkled exterior that can range in color from deep purple to yellow. Once opened, the fruit reveals a soft, pulpy interior filled with numerous seeds that add a satisfying crunch to its juicy flesh. Passionfruit can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, including as a topping for yogurt or ice cream, in drinks like smoothies or cocktails, or as a flavorful addition to salads or desserts.

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