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Are tomates mi-séchees vegan?

Tomates mi-séchees is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tomates mi-séchees?

Tomates mi-séchées, also known as semi-dried tomatoes, are a delicious and versatile ingredient in many dishes. These tomatoes are partially dehydrated, resulting in a soft texture and a concentrated, sweet and slightly tangy flavor. They can be found either preserved in oil or dry-packed, and are often seasoned with herbs and spices like garlic, basil, or oregano. Semi-dried tomatoes are great in salads, sandwiches, pasta dishes, and on top of pizzas. They add a burst of intense tomato flavor to any recipe and are a fantastic way to incorporate the taste of summer into your cooking all year round.

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