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Is à la ciboulette vegan?

À la ciboulette is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is à la ciboulette?

À la ciboulette is a French culinary term that refers to the addition of chives to a dish. Chives are a type of herb that have a delicate, onion-like flavor and a distinctive aroma. When added to a dish, they provide a subtle but delicious hint of flavor that can enhance a variety of flavors, from savory to sweet. Chives are often used in French cuisine to add a touch of freshness to dishes such as soups, salads, and sauces. They are also commonly used as a garnish, adding a pop of color and flavor to a dish. Whether used fresh or dried, à la ciboulette is a simple and elegant way to add a touch of sophistication to any dish.

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