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Is lemon flavour vegan?

Lemon flavour is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is lemon flavour?

Lemon flavour is a versatile and refreshing ingredient that adds a zesty citrus kick to any dish. Its tangy and sour taste is derived from the essential oils found in the skin of the lemon, which are carefully extracted and blended to create the perfect flavour profile. Whether used in sweet or savoury recipes, lemon flavour can brighten up a dish and bring a burst of freshness to the palate. From baked goods to cocktails, lemon flavour is a must-have ingredient for any chef or mixologist looking to elevate their creations with a hint of citrusy goodness.

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