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Is rozine vegan?

Rozine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rozine?

Rozine, commonly known as a raisin, is a dried grape that is sweet and chewy in texture. They are made by drying grapes either through the sun or dehydration process, which concentrates their natural sugars. Rozine is a popular ingredient in many different cuisines, adding a burst of flavor and nutritional value. They're often used in baking and cooking to add sweetness and unique texture to dishes like oatmeal cookies, cinnamon rolls, and savory rice pilafs. Rozines are also a great source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making them an ideal snack for people of all ages who love a healthy and delicious treat.

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