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Are écorces d'agrumes vegan?

Écorces d'agrumes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is écorces d'agrumes?

Écorces d'agrumes, which translates to "citrus peels" in English, are a flavorful and versatile ingredient used in many culinary applications. They are the outermost layer of oranges, lemons, limes, and other citrus fruits and are often removed before eating. These peels contain essential oils that are packed with intense citrus flavor and aroma, making them an excellent addition to marinades, dressings, baked goods, and cocktails. They can be grated, chopped, or sliced to add a burst of bright, tangy flavor to any dish. Plus, they are a great source of antioxidants and can help promote healthy digestion.

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