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Is pasas sultana vegan?

Pasas sultana is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pasas sultana?

Pasas sultana, also known as golden raisins, are a type of dried grape that is predominantly grown in countries like Turkey, Iran, and the United States. Unlike regular raisins, pasas sultana possess a distinct light-yellow color with a naturally sweet taste and a chewy texture. These raisins are packed with essential nutrients like fiber, potassium, and iron, making them a healthy snack option. Due to their sweet flavor, they are often used in baking and cooking to add a unique twist to traditional dishes. Pasas sultana can be enjoyed on their own or added to salads, oatmeal, and baked goods for added nutritional value and flavor.

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