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Are aux pommes vegan?

Aux pommes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux pommes?

"Aux pommes" is a French phrase that translates to "with apples," and it refers to a popular culinary technique used to add a sweet and tangy flavor to various dishes. The ingredient involves the addition of apples, either diced or sliced, to savory dishes such as pork chops, roasted chicken, or even salads. The apples are typically cooked in butter or oil until they are caramelized and tender, releasing their natural sweetness and adding a subtle crunch to the dish. "Aux pommes" is a versatile ingredient that can add a touch of sweetness to savory dishes while also providing a nutritious boost of fiber and antioxidants.

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