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Are de glacés vegan?

De glacés is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de glacés?

Déglacés is a French culinary term that refers to the flavorful liquid that remains after searing meat or vegetables. This liquid is typically composed of a combination of stock, wine, and aromatics, and it is used as a base for sauces and gravies. Déglacés add depth and complexity to dishes, as they capture the essence of the ingredients that were seared in the pan. The process of deglazing is essential in classic French cooking, as it allows chefs to make the most of the flavor and nutrients in their ingredients. The resulting sauce is a rich and delicious accompaniment to meats, fish, and vegetables alike.

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