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Are bigarreaux confits vegan?

Bigarreaux confits is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bigarreaux confits?

Bigarreaux confits are a French delicacy consisting of cherries that have been candied in a sugar syrup. These succulent treats have a glossy, vibrant red exterior that gives way to a tender, slightly chewy texture and a sweet, tangy flavor that is both complex and satisfying. Bigarreaux confits are often used as a garnish or ingredient in desserts such as cakes, tarts, and ice cream, but they can also be enjoyed on their own as a delectable snack or accompaniment to cheese and charcuterie plates. With their irresistible taste and beautiful appearance, bigarreaux confits are a must-try for any lover of gourmet sweets.

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