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Is pulpe de fruit vegan?

Pulpe de fruit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pulpe de fruit?

Pulpe de fruit is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that is widely used in the culinary world. It refers to the flesh of various fruits that has been extracted and purified, resulting in a smooth and homogenous texture. This ingredient can be found in a wide range of flavors, including mango, pineapple, passion fruit, and more. Pulpe de fruit is commonly used as a base for fruit juices, smoothies, sorbets, and fruit-based desserts, thanks to its concentrated flavor and natural sweetness. With its vibrant color and intense aroma, pulpe de fruit is a great way to add a burst of fruity goodness to any dish or beverage.

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