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Is rozijn vegan?

Rozijn is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rozijn?

Rozijn is a delightful ingredient that is widely used in baking and cooking. Also known as a raisin, it is a small, dried fruit with a sweet and slightly tangy taste. Rozijnen are a great source of natural sugars and dietary fiber, making them a healthy addition to your diet. They are versatile and can be added to a variety of dishes, including breakfast cereals, salads, and desserts. These chewy, flavorful morsels are a staple in many cuisines worldwide and are perfect for snacking or as an ingredient in your favorite recipes. Their concentrated sweetness adds a burst of flavor to any dish, making rozijnen an essential pantry staple for any home cook.

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