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Is jus fraise vegan?

Jus fraise is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus fraise?

Jus fraise, also known as strawberry juice, is a vibrant red liquid made from fresh, ripe strawberries that have been pressed and strained to remove any pulp or seeds. It has a sweet and tangy flavor that perfectly captures the essence of summer. Jus fraise can be enjoyed on its own as a refreshing beverage or used as an ingredient in cocktails, smoothies, and desserts. Its bright color and intense flavor make it a popular choice for adding a pop of fruity freshness to any dish. Whether you're sipping it on a hot day or incorporating it into your favorite recipes, jus fraise is a delicious and versatile ingredient that's sure to please.

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