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Are poudre de crevettes vegan?

Poudre de crevettes is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de crevettes?

Poudre de crevettes is a unique ingredient that adds a distinctive flavor and aroma to dishes. Made from dried, ground shrimp, this powder is a staple in Southeast Asian cuisine, particularly in Thai and Vietnamese dishes. The texture of the powder is fine and grainy, with a reddish-orange hue. Poudre de crevettes has a rich umami flavor, with notes of saltiness and sweetness. It is often used as a seasoning for soups, stews, stir-fries, and sauces, or as a topping for salads and noodles. With its bold flavor and versatility, poudre de crevettes is a must-have ingredient for any food lover's pantry.

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