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Are petits oignons blancs vegan?

Petits oignons blancs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is petits oignons blancs?

Petits oignons blancs, also known as "baby white onions," are a small and delicate vegetable with a mild, sweet flavor. These pearl onions are the perfect addition to many dishes, adding a depth of flavor without overpowering the other ingredients. They are often used in stews, soups, and roasts, and can also be pickled or caramelized for a delicious side dish. These petite onions are a versatile ingredient that can elevate any dish with their subtle sweetness and tender texture. They are also a good source of vitamin C and fiber, making them a healthy addition to any meal.

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