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Is jus le citron vegan?

Jus le citron is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus le citron?

Jus le citron, commonly known as lemon juice, is a tangy and refreshing ingredient used in a variety of culinary dishes. Made from freshly squeezed lemons, this versatile liquid adds a bright, acidic flavor to sauces, dressings, marinades, and desserts. Its high acidity also makes it a natural tenderizer, making it an essential ingredient for marinating meats. In addition to its culinary uses, lemon juice is often enjoyed as a health tonic due to its high vitamin C content and potential immune-boosting properties. Whether used for cooking or sipping on a hot day, jus le citron is a delicious and beneficial addition to any pantry.

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