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Are bolets vegan?

Bolets is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bolets?

Bolets, also known as cepes or porcini mushrooms, are a highly prized culinary ingredient renowned for their rich, earthy flavor and meaty texture. These wild mushrooms have a distinctive cap and stem, with a velvety texture and a range of shades from light brown to deep red-brown. Bolets are packed with umami, making them a popular addition to soups, stews, risottos, and sauces. They also pair well with meats, seafood, and vegetables. Bolets are harvested in the autumn and can be found in forests throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. Due to their intense flavor and aroma, bolets are often dried and used in a variety of dishes throughout the year.

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