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Are queues de cerises vegan?

Queues de cerises is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is queues de cerises?

Queues de cerises is a French term that translates to "cherry stems" in English. These are the long, slender stems that are left behind after the cherries have been removed. While they are often discarded, they can actually be used as an ingredient in cooking and baking. Queues de cerises have a slightly bitter taste, which makes them a great addition to sweet dishes such as cherry clafoutis or cherry pie. They can also be steeped in hot water to make a flavorful tea. This unusual ingredient adds a unique twist to any dish and is sure to impress foodies looking for something new and interesting to try.

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