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Is tyrnitäysmehu vegan?

Tyrnitäysmehu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tyrnitäysmehu?

Tyrnitäysmehu is a Finnish word that translates to "lingonberry juice" in English. This tart and refreshing juice is made from the small, red lingonberries that grow wild in the forests of Finland. The berries are picked at the peak of their ripeness and then crushed to extract their flavorful juice. The juice can be enjoyed on its own or used as a base for cocktails, smoothies, and other beverages. Its high vitamin C content and natural antioxidants make it a healthy and nutritious addition to any diet. Tyrnitäysmehu is a staple in Finnish cuisine and a beloved part of the country's culinary heritage.

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