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Is raisins sec vegan?

Raisins sec is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is raisins sec?

Raisins sec, also known as golden raisins or sultanas, are a type of dried grape that is commonly used in cooking and baking. These plump, sweet, and slightly tangy dried fruits are made from Thompson seedless grapes that have been sun-dried to perfection. Unlike regular raisins, raisins sec are treated with sulfur dioxide during the drying process to preserve their golden color and prevent spoilage. They are a popular ingredient in many sweet and savory dishes, including cakes, cookies, bread, salads, and pilafs. Raisins sec are also a great source of natural sugar, fiber, and antioxidants, making them a healthy addition to any diet.

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