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Are petits oignons vegan?

Petits oignons is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is petits oignons?

Petits oignons, also known as pearl onions, are a small, sweet variety of onion that measure only about one inch in diameter. These petite onions are prized for their mild flavor and delicate texture, and are often used in a wide range of culinary applications. Petits oignons are a popular ingredient in French cuisine, where they are often braised or pickled to create a tangy, flavorful accompaniment to meats and vegetables. They can also be added to stews, soups, and sauces, or used to add a touch of sweetness to salads and side dishes. With their unique flavor profile and versatile nature, petits oignons are a must-have ingredient for any serious cook or food lover.

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