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Are moûts de raisin concentrés vegan?

Moûts de raisin concentrés is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is moûts de raisin concentrés?

Moûts de raisin concentrés, also known as concentrated grape must, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient used in cooking and baking. It is made by heating grape must, which is freshly pressed grape juice that includes the skins, seeds, and stems, until most of the water content evaporates and the remaining liquid becomes thick and syrupy. Concentrated grape must has a deep, complex flavor that is both sweet and tangy, with notes of caramel and dried fruit. It is often used as a natural sweetener in recipes, but can also be used to add depth and complexity to savory dishes, sauces, and marinades.

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