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Is scorza d'arancia vegan?

Scorza d'arancia is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is scorza d'arancia?

Scorza d'arancia is a zesty and aromatic Italian ingredient that adds a burst of citrus flavor to any dish. It refers to the peel of oranges, which is removed and dried, creating a crunchy and intensely fragrant ingredient. The bright orange color and bitter-sweet taste of scorza d'arancia make it a popular addition to baked goods, desserts, and even savory dishes. This versatile ingredient is not only delicious but also packed with health benefits, as it contains antioxidants and essential oils that aid digestion and boost the immune system. Incorporating scorza d'arancia into your cooking is a simple way to elevate the flavor profile of your favorite dishes.

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