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Is eper vegan?

Eper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eper?

"Eper" is a Hungarian word that translates to "strawberry" in English. This juicy and sweet fruit is a member of the rose family and is characterized by its vibrant red color, glossy appearance, and small, seeded texture. Strawberries are widely popular around the world and are commonly used in a variety of desserts, such as cakes, pies, and ice cream, as well as in jams, jellies, and sauces. Rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, strawberries are not only delicious but also offer several health benefits. So whether you're eating them fresh or using them in your favorite recipes, eper is a tasty and nutritious ingredient to incorporate into your diet.

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