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Is au de fleur d'oranger vegan?

Au de fleur d'oranger is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au de fleur d'oranger?

Au de fleur d'oranger is a fragrant water made from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree. It is a popular ingredient in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, adding a delicate and floral flavor to both sweet and savory dishes. The water is often used in desserts like pastries, cakes, and ice creams, as well as in beverages like tea and cocktails. In addition to its culinary uses, au de fleur d'oranger is also known for its soothing properties and is sometimes used in aromatherapy and beauty products. Its sweet and refreshing aroma is sure to delight the senses.

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