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Is longan vegan?

Longan is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is longan?

Longan is a small, round fruit with a brown, brittle shell that is native to Southern Asia. The fruit is similar in appearance to a lychee, but with a smoother surface and smaller size. Once the shell is peeled away, the translucent white fruit inside has a sweet and musky flavor with a slightly floral aroma. Longan is often used in traditional Chinese medicine for its purported ability to improve circulation, alleviate stress, and promote relaxation. It is also a popular ingredient in desserts and beverages, such as longan jelly, longan tea, and longan milk. With its unique flavor and health benefits, longan is becoming increasingly popular around the world.

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