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Is juniper vegan?

Juniper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is juniper?

Juniper is a unique ingredient that has been used in cooking for centuries. It is a small berry that grows on a shrub and has a distinctive flavor that is both spicy and sweet. Juniper berries are often used in Scandinavian, German, and Alpine cuisine to flavor meats, sausages, and stews. They are also used in gin production to add a piney, aromatic flavor. In addition to its culinary uses, juniper has also been used for medicinal purposes, with some cultures using it to treat digestive issues and respiratory ailments. Overall, juniper is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that adds depth and complexity to any dish it is used in.

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