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Are tomates-cerises vegan?

Tomates-cerises is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tomates-cerises?

Tomates-cerises, or cherry tomatoes, are a delightful and versatile ingredient that can add a burst of flavor to any dish. These small, round tomatoes are sweet and juicy with a bright, tangy taste that pairs perfectly with salads, pasta dishes, and more. With their vibrant red or yellow color and firm, smooth texture, cherry tomatoes add visual appeal to any plate. They're also loaded with nutrients like vitamin C and antioxidants, making them a healthy addition to any meal. Whether you're roasting them, tossing them into a salad, or snacking on them raw, tomates-cerises are a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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