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Is ail semoule déshydraté vegan?

Ail semoule déshydraté is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ail semoule déshydraté?

Ail semoule déshydraté, or dehydrated garlic granules, are tiny, dried fragments of garlic that add bold flavor and aroma to a variety of dishes. They are made by grinding fresh garlic into small particles and then drying them to remove all moisture, resulting in a concentrated flavor that can be easily stored and used in cooking. Ail semoule déshydraté is a versatile ingredient that can be added to sauces, marinades, dressings, and rubs, providing a distinctive garlic taste without the hassle of peeling and mincing fresh garlic cloves. Its long shelf life and ease of use make it a pantry staple for any home cook or professional chef.

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