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Is pasas de corinto vegan?

Pasas de corinto is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasas de corinto?

Pasas de corinto, also known as Corinthian raisins, are a small and dark variety of dried grapes that have been cultivated for centuries in Greece. These raisins are prized for their rich, sweet flavor and chewy texture, which makes them a perfect addition to baked goods like bread, cakes or cookies. Pasas de corinto are also commonly used in savory dishes such as stews, salads or pilafs, where they add a touch of sweetness and depth of flavor. In addition to being delicious, pasas de corinto are a good source of fiber, iron and antioxidants, making them a nutritious and versatile ingredient to keep in your pantry.

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