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Is orangeat vegan?

Orangeat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orangeat?

Orangeat is a unique and flavorful ingredient that is commonly used in baked goods and confections. It is made by cooking finely chopped orange peel with sugar until it forms a thick, sticky paste. The result is a sweet, fragrant mixture that has a bright orange color and a distinct citrus flavor. Orangeat can be used in a variety of recipes, from cakes and cookies to candies and fruitcakes. It adds a burst of zesty flavor and a chewy texture to any dish, making it a popular choice among pastry chefs and bakers. Whether you're looking to add a touch of citrus to your favorite dessert or create something entirely new, orangeat is an excellent ingredient to have on hand.

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