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Are tomates vertes vegan?

Tomates vertes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tomates vertes?

Tomates vertes, also known as green tomatoes, are unripe tomatoes that are harvested before they fully ripen and turn red. These firm and tangy fruits have a distinct tart flavor that is reminiscent of sour apples, making them a versatile ingredient in many savory dishes. Tomates vertes are often fried to create a crunchy and savory snack or used to add a tangy twist to salsas, sauces, and chutneys. With their vibrant green color and unique flavor profile, tomates vertes add a pop of freshness and zing to any recipe they're used in.

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