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Is azote vegan?

Azote is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azote?

Azote is a term often used to refer to nitrogen gas (N2), a colorless and odorless element that makes up approximately 78% of the Earth's atmosphere. In the food industry, azote is sometimes used to create unique textures and flavors in dishes by rapidly freezing and shattering ingredients. This process, known as "cryogenic freezing," has become increasingly popular in molecular gastronomy and modernist cuisine. When used in this way, azote can add an element of surprise and whimsy to dishes, creating a sensory experience that is both visually and texturally stimulating.

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