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Is pomeranč vegan?

Pomeranč is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pomeranč?

Pomeranč, commonly known as bitter orange, is a citrus fruit that belongs to the same family as sweet orange and grapefruit. This fruit has a distinct tangy and slightly bitter flavor that makes it a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes and beverages. Pomeranč is rich in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants, which makes it a nutritious addition to any diet. The fruit can be consumed fresh, juiced, or used to make jams and marmalades. Pomeranč is also used in traditional medicine for its digestive and anti-inflammatory properties. With its unique flavor profile and health benefits, pomeranč is a versatile ingredient that adds a delightful twist to any recipe.

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