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Is piel de mandarina vegan?

Piel de mandarina is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is piel de mandarina?

Piel de mandarina is a vibrant and zesty ingredient that packs a punch of citrusy flavor. This Spanish phrase translates to "mandarin peel," which refers to the outer layer of the fruit commonly used in cooking and baking. The thin and fragrant skin is rich in essential oils, providing a distinctive aroma and taste that enhances any dish it's added to. From candied peel to aromatic tea blends, piel de mandarina is a versatile ingredient that can be utilized in sweet and savory recipes. Its tangy and slightly bitter notes make it a popular choice for adding depth to desserts, marinades, and sauces.

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