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Is arôme naturel de vanille ' vegan?

Arôme naturel de vanille ' is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arôme naturel de vanille '?

"Arôme naturel de vanille" is a natural vanilla flavouring ingredient that adds an authentic and distinctive sweet taste to various dishes. Extracted from the seed pods of the vanilla orchid, this ingredient is obtained through a meticulous process that involves curing, drying, and soaking the beans in alcohol. The resulting flavour is warm, creamy, and aromatic, making it ideal for enhancing desserts, pastries, beverages, and even savoury dishes. With its rich and complex flavour profile, "arôme naturel de vanille" is a must-have ingredient in any chef's pantry.

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