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Is grape must from vegan?

Grape must from is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grape must from?

Grape must is a natural sweetener that is made from freshly pressed grapes. It is the juice that is extracted from the grapes before it is fermented into wine. The must is then boiled to concentrate its flavor and sweetness, resulting in a thick, syrupy liquid. Grape must can be used as a replacement for sugar in recipes, adding a rich, fruity flavor to dishes. It is also a popular ingredient in balsamic vinegar, where it is aged and fermented to create a complex, tangy flavor. Grape must is a versatile ingredient that adds depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes.

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