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Is de naranja vegan?

De naranja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de naranja?

De naranja is a Spanish phrase that translates to "of orange" in English. This term is often used to describe a wide range of food ingredients that are made using oranges or have a distinct orange flavor. De naranja ingredients can be sweet or savory, and can include everything from orange zest and juice to marmalade and liqueurs. The bright, citrusy flavor of de naranja adds a refreshing burst of acidity to dishes and drinks, making it a popular ingredient in both sweet and savory cooking. Whether used as a primary ingredient or as a subtle flavor accent, de naranja is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed in a variety of culinary applications.

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