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Is hagebutte vegan?

Hagebutte is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hagebutte?

Hagebutte, also known as rosehip, is a fruit that comes from the wild rose plant. The fruit is usually red or orange and has a tart, tangy flavor. It is a rich source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and other beneficial nutrients. Hagebutte is often used to make tea, jams, jellies, syrups, and other culinary creations. It is also commonly used in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits, including improving immune function, reducing inflammation, and supporting healthy skin. With its vibrant color and unique flavor, hagebutte is a versatile ingredient that can add a touch of sweetness and acidity to many dishes.

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