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Is mora de castilla vegan?

Mora de castilla is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mora de castilla?

Mora de Castilla, also known as Mexican blackberry, is a delicious and nutritious fruit that is native to Mexico and Central America. These small, dark purple berries are rich in antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins C and K. Mora de Castilla has a sweet and slightly tart flavor, which makes it a popular ingredient for desserts, jams, and beverages. In Mexican cuisine, mora de Castilla is often used to make delicious and refreshing agua fresca, a traditional fruit drink made with water, sugar, and lime. This versatile ingredient can also be used to add a unique and flavorful twist to salads, marinades, and sauces.

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