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Is hibiscus flower vegan?

Hibiscus flower is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hibiscus flower?

Hibiscus flower, also known as Roselle, is a vibrant and colorful ingredient commonly used in culinary and medicinal practices. The dried calyces of the hibiscus plant produce a tart and tangy flavor profile, reminiscent of cranberry or pomegranate. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, hibiscus flowers are often brewed into teas or infusions to promote digestion, lower blood pressure, and boost immunity. They also lend themselves well to desserts, adding a floral and fruity note to sorbets, jams, and cocktails. Hibiscus flower's distinctive hue and flavor make it a popular addition to many cuisines around the world.

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