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Is reine-claude vegan?

Reine-claude is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is reine-claude?

Reine-Claude is a type of plum that originated in France and is now widely cultivated throughout Europe and North America. With a round shape and vibrant green skin, it has a sweet and juicy flesh that is perfect for baking, cooking, or eating fresh. This fruit is prized for its distinct flavor profile, which is a balance of sweetness and acidity. Reine-Claude is often used in desserts, jams, and preserves, but it can also be paired with savory ingredients to create unique and delicious dishes. Whether you enjoy it as a snack or incorporate it into your cooking, Reine-Claude is a versatile ingredient that adds a burst of flavor to any meal.

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