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Is mosto d'uva vegan?

Mosto d'uva is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mosto d'uva?

Mosto d'uva is an Italian ingredient that translates to "grape must" in English. It is made by pressing freshly harvested grapes and collecting the juice before it ferments into wine. The resulting liquid is unfiltered and contains the skins, seeds, and stems of the grapes, giving it a slightly cloudy appearance and a complex flavor profile. Mosto d'uva can be used as a sweetener in place of sugar or honey, as a marinade for meats, or as a base for sauces and dressings. It is also commonly used in the production of balsamic vinegar. Rich in antioxidants and nutrients, mosto d'uva adds a delicious depth of flavor to any dish.

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