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Is ail noir vegan?

Ail noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ail noir?

Ail noir, or black garlic, is a type of garlic that has been fermented at high temperatures for several weeks, resulting in a distinct black color and a sweet, almost syrupy flavor. Unlike raw garlic, which can have a sharp, pungent taste, black garlic has a mellow, earthy flavor with notes of caramel and molasses. It's become increasingly popular in the culinary world due to its unique flavor profile and potential health benefits, as it contains higher levels of antioxidants than raw garlic. Ail noir is often used in sauces, marinades, dressings, and even desserts for an unexpected twist on classic dishes.

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