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Are oignons de printemps séchés vegan?

Oignons de printemps séchés is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oignons de printemps séchés?

Oignons de printemps séchés, also known as dried spring onions, are a versatile and flavorful ingredient in many dishes. These onions are harvested in the spring and then carefully dried to preserve their delicate flavor and aroma. They have a slightly milder taste than regular onions, with a subtle sweetness and a crisp texture that adds a refreshing crunch to salads, soups, stir-fries, and other dishes. Oignons de printemps séchés are a popular ingredient in Asian and Mediterranean cuisine, and they are also a great way to add a burst of flavor to dips, dressings, and marinades.

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