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Is scorze di arancia candite vegan?

Scorze di arancia candite is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is scorze di arancia candite?

Scorze di arancia candite, also known as candied orange peel, is a delightful ingredient used in many sweet and savory dishes. The peel is carefully cut into thin strips and boiled in sugar syrup until it becomes translucent and sweet. The result is a chewy, slightly bitter treat with a tangy orange flavor that can be added to cakes, bread, and even salads. Its bright color and unique texture make it a popular ingredient in many traditional Italian desserts, such as panettone and cassata. Scorze di arancia candite is also a great addition to a cheese plate, as its sweetness pairs perfectly with salty and creamy cheeses.

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