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Are fruits confits vegan?

Fruits confits is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fruits confits?

Fruits confits, also known as candied fruits, are a type of preserved fruit that have been cooked in sugar syrup until they become translucent and have a slightly chewy texture. The process of making fruits confits involves carefully selecting ripe and juicy fruits, such as cherries, apricots, and oranges, and then immersing them in a hot sugar syrup for several days to absorb the sweetness. The resulting fruits are rich in flavor and make a delightful addition to cakes, pastries, and desserts. With their vibrant colors and sweet taste, fruits confits are a perfect ingredient to add a touch of luxury to any culinary creation.

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