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Is ail réhydrate vegan?

Ail réhydrate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ail réhydrate?

"Ail réhydraté," also known as rehydrated garlic, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient commonly used in French cuisine. It is made by soaking dried garlic in water until it becomes plump and tender. This process not only rehydrates the garlic but also enhances its natural sweetness and intensifies its aroma. Rehydrated garlic can be used in a variety of dishes, including soups, stews, marinades, and sauces. Its soft texture and delicate flavor make it an excellent choice for adding a touch of garlic to your favorite recipes. With its unique taste and aroma, Ail réhydraté is a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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