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Is de mirabelle vegan?

De mirabelle is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de mirabelle?

Mirabelles are a type of small, sweet, and flavorful yellow plums that originated in France. They have a unique taste that is both tangy and slightly tart, with a distinct aroma that is often described as honey-like. When ripe, the flesh of the mirabelle is soft and juicy, making it perfect for use in jams, preserves, and desserts. This delicate fruit is highly prized by chefs and bakers for its versatility and intense flavor, and it is often used as a key ingredient in tarts, cakes, and pies. Whether enjoyed fresh or cooked, mirabelles are a true delight for anyone who loves the taste of fresh, seasonal fruit.

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