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Are tomates concassees vegan?

Tomates concassees is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tomates concassees?

Tomates concassées, which means "chopped tomatoes" in French, are a versatile ingredient commonly used in many culinary dishes. They are made from ripe, juicy tomatoes that have been peeled, seeded, and then roughly chopped into small pieces. Tomates concassées can be used to add a burst of fresh tomato flavor and texture to sauces, stews, soups, and salads. They are a great time-saver in the kitchen and are often preferred over canned tomatoes due to their superior taste and texture. Tomates concassées can also be flavored with herbs and spices, making them a perfect addition to any recipe that requires a touch of Mediterranean flair.

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