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Is genievre vegan?

Genievre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is genievre?

Genièvre, also known as juniper berries, is a spice that is commonly used in French cuisine to add a distinctive flavor and aroma to various dishes. The small, blue-black berries are harvested from juniper trees and have a slightly sweet and piney taste, with hints of citrus and spice. Genièvre is often used in marinades, rubs, and sauces for game meats like venison and boar, as well as in hearty stews and sausages. It can also be used to flavor gin, which is derived from the Dutch word for genièvre, jenever. This versatile spice adds a unique touch to any recipe and is a must-have for any serious cook or bartender.

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