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Are gousses de vanilles vegan?

Gousses de vanilles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousses de vanilles?

Gousses de vanilles, also known as vanilla pods, are the fruit of a tropical orchid plant that grows in Madagascar, Reunion Island, and other regions. These slender, cylindrical pods have a fragrant aroma and a rich, sweet flavor, making them a prized ingredient in gourmet cooking and baking. Each pod contains thousands of tiny black seeds that can be scraped out and used to infuse creams, custards, and desserts with an intense vanilla flavor. Gousses de vanilles are a natural and luxurious alternative to artificial vanilla extract and add depth and complexity to any dish they're used in.

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