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Are eau de cuissons vegan?

Eau de cuissons is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eau de cuissons?

Eau de cuissons, also known as cooking water, is the liquid left over after boiling vegetables, pasta, or grains. It contains a variety of nutrients and minerals released from the food during the cooking process, making it a valuable ingredient in many recipes. Eau de cuissons can be used as a base for soups and sauces, as a substitute for broth or stock, or even as a flavorful addition to rice or quinoa. With its subtle yet distinct taste, eau de cuissons is a versatile and sustainable ingredient that can elevate the flavor profile of any dish.

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