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Is de mora vegan?

De mora is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de mora?

De mora is a popular ingredient in Latin American cuisine that is made from blackberries. The berries are picked at the peak of ripeness and then cooked down with sugar until they form a thick, jam-like consistency. The resulting mixture is dark, rich, and full of complex, fruity flavor that is both tart and sweet. De mora is often used as a topping for desserts like ice cream or cheesecake, but it can also be used in savory dishes like grilled meats or as a spread on sandwiches. With its intense, bold flavor and versatility, de mora is a must-try ingredient for anyone looking to add some excitement to their cooking.

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