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Is de groseille vegan?

De groseille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de groseille?

De groseille, also known as red currant, is a small, round, and juicy berry that belongs to the Ribes family. The fruit features a translucent, crimson red skin that encases a tart, tangy flesh with small seeds. De groseille's flavor is a perfect balance of sweet and sour, making it a popular ingredient in jams, jellies, desserts, and sauces. This versatile fruit is also rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and other essential nutrients, making it a healthy addition to any dish. With its unique flavor and bright color, de groseille is a must-try for any food enthusiast looking to add a touch of sophistication to their creations.

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