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Are gousses de vanilles broyées épuisées vegan?

Gousses de vanilles broyées épuisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousses de vanilles broyées épuisées?

"Gousses de vanilles broyées épuisées" is a French term that refers to vanilla bean pods that have been crushed and scraped to extract all the flavorful seeds inside, leaving behind only the empty pods. This process is commonly used in baking and cooking to infuse the rich, aromatic flavor of vanilla into desserts, sauces, and other dishes. The resulting powder is a versatile and convenient way to add a touch of sweetness and warmth to any recipe, and is often used as a natural alternative to artificial vanilla flavorings.

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