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Are graines de vanilles épuisées vegan?

Graines de vanilles épuisées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graines de vanilles épuisées?

"Graines de vanilles épuisées" is a French term that refers to the spent vanilla beans or depleted vanilla seeds. These seeds are the remnants of vanilla pods that have been used to flavor various desserts and dishes. Despite being depleted of their flavor, these seeds still retain their distinctive aroma and can be used in recipes that require a subtle vanilla fragrance. Graines de vanilles épuisées are often used to add a touch of vanilla to sugar or salt mixes or to infuse flavor into milk or cream. They are a valuable ingredient in any kitchen, adding a subtle yet delightful aroma to a wide range of culinary creations.

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