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Are gousses de vanilles épuisées vegan?

Gousses de vanilles épuisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousses de vanilles épuisées?

"Gousses de vanilles épuisées" are the empty vanilla pods that have been used to infuse flavor into dishes or desserts. These pods, harvested from the orchid plant, are filled with tiny black seeds that possess a rich, aromatic and sweet flavor. The exhausted vanilla pods still retain their delicate fragrance and can be used to enhance other culinary creations such as coffee beans, baked goods, or even in homemade soaps and perfumes. The versatile nature of these spent vanilla pods make them an ideal ingredient for any creative chef looking to add a touch of luxury to their culinary creations.

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