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Are graine de vanilles épuisées vegan?

Graine de vanilles épuisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graine de vanilles épuisées?

"Graine de vanilles épuisées" is a French term that translates to "used up vanilla beans". These beans are the remnants of the vanilla pod after it has been scraped of its flavorful seeds. While the seeds are commonly used in cooking and baking, the spent pods still hold a subtle vanilla flavor that can be used to enhance desserts, beverages, and even savory dishes. These pods can also be repurposed by steeping them in cream or milk to create a rich and fragrant base for ice cream or custard. The use of "graine de vanilles épuisées" adds a unique touch of vanilla flavor to any culinary creation.

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