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Are glaces vegan?

Glaces is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is glaces?

Glaces, also known as glace fruits or candied fruits, are a delicious and visually stunning ingredient that can add a touch of elegance and sweetness to any dish. This ingredient is made by coating fruits in a sugar syrup and then drying them, resulting in a shiny, candy-like exterior that preserves the natural flavors and textures of the fruit inside. Glaces are often used in desserts, such as fruitcakes, tarts, and pastries, and can also be enjoyed as a sweet and satisfying snack on their own. With a wide range of flavors available, from citrusy orange to succulent apricot, glaces offer a versatile and delightful addition to any recipe.

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