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Are citron confits vegan?

Citron confits is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citron confits?

Citron confits are a traditional ingredient in French cuisine, made by slowly candying thin slices of citron fruit in sugar syrup until they become translucent and tender. These tangy and slightly bitter citrus slices are perfect for adding a burst of flavor to a variety of dishes, from savory tagines and stews to sweet cakes and pastries. With their delicate texture and intense citrus flavor, citron confits are a versatile ingredient that can take your culinary creations to the next level. Whether you're an amateur cook or a professional chef, these candied citron slices are a must-try ingredient that will elevate your cooking game.

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