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Is au thé noir vegan?

Au thé noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au thé noir?

"Au thé noir" is a versatile food ingredient that adds a distinct and rich flavor to various recipes. Also known as black tea, it is made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis, which are withered, rolled, and oxidized to produce a robust and flavorful tea. Used in both sweet and savory dishes, au thé noir can add a subtle bitterness and earthiness to desserts like chocolate cake or enhance the flavor of a savory sauce for meat or vegetables. This ingredient is not only delicious but also provides numerous health benefits, such as improving heart health and reducing inflammation. Try using au thé noir to elevate your next culinary creation.

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