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Is grape must vegan?

Grape must is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grape must?

Grape must is a thick, sweet syrup that is created from freshly crushed grape juice. It is a key ingredient in traditional balsamic vinegar, giving the vinegar its distinct flavor and aroma. Grape must can be used as a natural sweetener, adding a rich depth of flavor to dishes and desserts. It is high in antioxidants and contains vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, and potassium. Grape must is often used in Mediterranean cuisine and can be found in specialty food stores and online retailers. Its unique flavor and health benefits make it a popular choice among food enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals alike.

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