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What is cynarin?

Cynarin, a compound that is found in artichokes, makes its fellow ingredients taste slightly sweeter. This can pose a problem for sommeliers who are trying to find a good glass of wine to pair with the vegetable because the effect of cyrnarin often causes the wine to taste too sweet.

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