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Are eclats de fèves de cacao caramélisés vegan?

Eclats de fèves de cacao caramélisés is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eclats de fèves de cacao caramélisés?

"Eclats de fèves de cacao caramélisés" is a French term that translates to "caramelized cocoa bean pieces." This gourmet ingredient is made by roasting whole cocoa beans until they become crunchy and then coating them with a layer of sweet, buttery caramel. The result is a delightful mixture of nutty, chocolatey flavors with a subtle sweetness and a satisfying crunch. These caramelized cocoa bean pieces can be used to add texture and depth of flavor to a variety of desserts, such as cookies, cakes, and ice cream, or as a decadent topping for hot cocoa or coffee.

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