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Is luóhàn guǒ vegan?

Luóhàn guǒ is a small, round fruit that grows on trees native to southern China. Also known as "Buddha's fruit" or "monk fruit," it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries due to its low glycemic index and high antioxidant content. The fruit's flesh is sweet and juicy, with a unique flavor that is often compared to a mix of pear and grape. Due to its natural sweetness, luóhàn guǒ is commonly used as a sugar substitute in various foods and beverages, making it a popular choice among those looking for a healthier alternative to traditional sweeteners.

Luóhàn guǒ is a vegan food ingredient.

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