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Are fumées vegan?

Fumées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fumées?

"Fumées" is a French term that translates to "smoked" in English, and is used to describe food ingredients that have been exposed to smoke for flavor and preservation purposes. This process involves subjecting the ingredient to smoke from wood chips, sawdust or other materials for a certain period of time, which imparts a rich, smoky flavor and aroma to the ingredient. Common examples of fumées ingredients include smoked salmon, bacon, cheese, and ham. The use of fumées in cooking has become increasingly popular in recent years, as chefs and food enthusiasts seek to add depth and complexity to their dishes with this unique flavor profile.

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