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Is żurawina vegan?

Żurawina is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is żurawina?

Żurawina, also known as cranberry, is a tart and tangy fruit commonly found in North America. This tiny, round berry is packed with antioxidants and nutrients that can help boost overall health. Its bright red color and unique flavor make it a popular ingredient in many dishes, from sweet desserts like pies and muffins to savory sauces for meats and vegetables. Żurawina is often dried or turned into juice and consumed for its potential health benefits, including preventing urinary tract infections and reducing inflammation. Incorporating this versatile ingredient into your diet can add a delicious touch of tartness and nutrition to any meal.

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