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Is arôme d ail vegan?

Arôme d ail is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is arôme d ail?

Arôme d'ail is a French term that translates to "garlic flavor" in English. It is a popular food ingredient used to add the distinctive taste and aroma of garlic to a wide range of dishes, from soups and sauces to marinades and dressings. Made from natural garlic extracts, arôme d'ail offers a convenient and easy way to add garlic flavor to food without the need for peeling and chopping fresh garlic. This versatile ingredient can also be used as a seasoning for snacks, such as popcorn and potato chips, or as a flavoring for dips and spreads.

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