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Is merişoare vegan?

Merişoare is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is merişoare?

Merişoare, also known as lingonberries, are small, tart, red berries native to Northern Europe and North America. They grow on low-lying evergreen shrubs and are typically harvested in the late summer or early autumn. These berries are commonly used in traditional Scandinavian and Eastern European cuisine, where they are prized for their bright, tangy flavor and high levels of antioxidants. Merişoare can be eaten fresh, but are often cooked into sauces, jams, and desserts, or used as a garnish for savory dishes. With their unique taste and numerous health benefits, merişoare are a versatile and delicious ingredient to add to your culinary repertoire.

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