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Are écorces d´oranges confites vegan?

Écorces d´oranges confites is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is écorces d´oranges confites?

Écorces d'oranges confites, also known as candied orange peels, are a delicious and versatile ingredient that can add a pop of citrusy sweetness to a variety of dishes. These flavorful orange peels are made by simmering strips of orange peel in a sugar syrup until they become tender and infused with a rich, sweet flavor. They can be used in baking recipes, like fruit cakes or cookies, or as a tasty addition to salads, granola, or yogurt. With their bright color and distinct taste, écorces d'oranges confites are a great way to add a touch of sophistication to your dishes.

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