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Is limon vegan?

Limon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is limon?

Limon, also known as the Key lime, is a small citrus fruit with a bright green skin and a juicy, acidic flesh. Native to Southeast Asia, limon is now grown in many tropical regions around the world. The distinct tart and tangy flavor of limon makes it a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes, including cocktails, desserts, and savory dishes. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, limon is also known for its health benefits, such as boosting immunity, aiding digestion, and promoting healthy skin. Whether you're using it to add a zesty kick to your favorite recipe or enjoying it on its own, limon is a flavorful and nutritious addition to any diet.

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