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Are de figues vegan?

De figues is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de figues?

De figues is a French term that translates to "of figs." This rich and flavorful ingredient is made by transforming ripe, plump figs into a concentrated paste or puree. De figues is a versatile ingredient that adds a deep sweetness to both savory and sweet dishes. It is commonly used in French cuisine to add depth to sauces, marinades, and dressings, as well as in baked goods like cakes and pastries. De figues pairs exceptionally well with cheese, nuts, and cured meats, making it an excellent addition to charcuterie boards and cheese plates. Whether you're a professional chef or home cook, de figues is a must-have ingredient in your pantry.

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