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Are pommes de terres préfrites vegan?

Pommes de terres préfrites is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pommes de terres préfrites?

Pommes de terres préfrites, or pre-fried potatoes, are a popular and versatile ingredient in French cuisine. These potatoes have been pre-cooked in oil and then frozen, making them a convenient and time-saving option for home cooks and professional chefs alike. With their crispy exterior and fluffy interior, pommes de terres préfrites can be used in a variety of dishes, from classic French fries and potato gratin to breakfast hash and shepherd's pie. Whether fried, roasted, or baked, these pre-fried potatoes are sure to add a delicious and satisfying texture to any meal.

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