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Is de griotte vegan?

De griotte is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de griotte?

De Griotte is a small, tangy cherry native to the Lorraine region of France. These cherries are typically dark red in color, with a slightly sour taste that is balanced by their natural sweetness. They are often used in traditional French cuisine to add depth of flavor to sauces, desserts, and other dishes. De Griotte can also be used to make cherry liqueurs and brandies, which are prized for their complex flavors and aromas. Whether used fresh or preserved, De Griotte is a versatile and delicious ingredient that adds a distinctive touch to any recipe.

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