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Is ju d'orange concentré vegan?

Ju d'orange concentré is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ju d'orange concentré?

Ju d'orange concentré, or concentrated orange juice, is a popular ingredient in many recipes due to its intense citrus flavor and versatility. Made by removing the water from freshly squeezed orange juice, this ingredient is a convenient way to add the tangy taste of oranges to any dish. It is often used in sauces, marinades, and dressings to give a refreshing, zesty kick. Concentrated orange juice can also be diluted with water to make a delicious and nutritious beverage. Packed with vitamin C and other nutrients, this ingredient is a great way to add a burst of flavor and nutrition to your cooking.

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