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Is raisin de corinthe vegan?

Raisin de corinthe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is raisin de corinthe?

Raisin de Corinthe, also known as Corinthian raisins, are a small, dark, seedless variety of raisins that are prized for their intense sweetness and chewy texture. These raisins are made from the small, seedless grapes that grow in the region of Corinth in Greece, where they have been cultivated for centuries. The grapes are sun-dried and then treated with a solution of potassium carbonate to enhance their color and preserve their flavor. Raisin de Corinthe is commonly used in baking, especially in traditional Greek desserts such as baklava, and also makes a delicious snack on its own.

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