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Are vins vegan?

Vins is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is vins?

Vins, also known as wine lees, are a byproduct of the winemaking process that can be used as a food ingredient. Vins are the sediment left behind after wine is fermented and aged, and they contain a range of nutrients, including amino acids, minerals, and vitamins. This makes them a valuable addition to many recipes, particularly those involving baking or fermentation. Vins have a slightly sweet, nutty flavor and can be used to add depth and complexity to dishes, such as breads, cakes, and sauces. Additionally, vins are a great source of natural umami flavor, making them an ideal ingredient for vegetarian and vegan cooking.

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