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Is sandpaper fig vegan?

Sandpaper fig, also known as Ficus coronata, is a small to medium-sized tree that is native to Australia. The fruit of this tree is unique in both appearance and flavor, with a tough, sandpapery skin and a sweet, juicy interior. The fruit is typically round or oval-shaped and can range in color from green to purple when ripe. Sandpaper figs are commonly used in jams, jellies, and desserts, and are also enjoyed fresh when in season. In addition to its culinary uses, the sandpaper fig has a long history of traditional medicinal use in Australian Aboriginal culture, with various parts of the plant being used to treat a range of ailments.

Sandpaper fig is a vegan food ingredient.

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