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Are aux éclats de noisettes vegan?

Aux éclats de noisettes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux éclats de noisettes?

Aux éclats de noisettes is a French culinary term that refers to the addition of chopped or crushed hazelnuts to a dish. The phrase "aux éclats" translates to "with bursts" or "with fragments," indicating that the hazelnuts are added in small pieces that add texture and flavor to the dish. Hazelnuts have a slightly sweet and nutty flavor that pairs well with a variety of ingredients, making them a popular choice for adding depth and richness to both sweet and savory dishes. With their distinctive crunch and rich, earthy flavor, aux éclats de noisettes can elevate any dish, from salads and pastries to meat and vegetable dishes.

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