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Is à la vanille vegan?

À la vanille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is à la vanille?

À la vanille is a French term that means "with vanilla." It is commonly used in cooking to describe dishes that contain vanilla as a primary flavoring agent. Vanilla is a spice derived from the seed pods of a specific species of orchid, and it is prized for its sweet, floral aroma and flavor. When added to dishes, vanilla adds a rich, creamy sweetness that enhances the overall taste profile. À la vanille can refer to desserts like crème brûlée or ice cream, as well as savory dishes like roasted chicken or vegetables. The use of vanilla can elevate any dish, making it a popular ingredient in cuisines around the world.

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