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Is myrtilles sauvage vegan?

Myrtilles sauvage is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is myrtilles sauvage?

Myrtilles sauvage, also known as wild blueberries, are small, deep blue-colored berries with a unique tangy-sweet flavor. Unlike their cultivated counterparts, wild blueberries are grown naturally and have a more intense flavor profile. These antioxidant-rich berries are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy addition to any diet. Their versatility in culinary applications makes them a popular ingredient in desserts, baked goods, jams, and sauces. Whether enjoyed fresh, frozen, or dried, myrtilles sauvage add a deliciously bold flavor and nutritional boost to any dish.

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