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Is abricots au vegan?

Abricots au is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is abricots au?

Abricots au is a French term that translates to "apricots in" or "with" in English. It refers to a popular ingredient used in French cuisine, specifically dishes that feature the sweet, delicate flavor of apricots. Whether used fresh or dried, abricots au add a subtle tartness to both sweet and savory dishes. They are often paired with other fruits, such as berries or peaches, as well as with creamy cheeses or salty meats. Abricots au can be incorporated into a variety of recipes, from jams and preserves to pastries and tarts. This versatile ingredient is a favorite among chefs and home cooks alike, and is a staple of French cuisine.

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