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Are zestes d'orange confites vegan?

Zestes d'orange confites is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zestes d'orange confites?

Zestes d'orange confites are essentially candied orange peels that have been cooked in a sugar syrup until they are tender and bursting with vibrant citrus flavor. The process of candying the peels involves simmering them in the syrup multiple times, allowing the sugar to penetrate their pores and create a chewy, slightly sticky texture. These sweet and tangy morsels make a delightful addition to a variety of dishes, from baked goods like cakes and cookies to savory dishes like roasted meats and salads. The bright burst of orange flavor they provide adds a tantalizing dimension to any recipe.

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