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Is queues de cerise vegan?

Queues de cerise is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is queues de cerise?

Queues de cerise is a French term that translates to "cherry stems." These delicate, slender, and flexible stems are typically removed from cherries before eating or cooking, but they can also be used as a unique ingredient. Queues de cerise have a subtly sweet and slightly bitter flavor with a hint of almond. They can be infused in various liquids like tea or vodka to create a refreshing and unique flavor profile. Additionally, they contain antioxidants and have been used in traditional medicine to promote digestive health. Queues de cerise add a touch of elegance and sophistication to culinary creations.

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