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Is baunilha vegan?

Baunilha is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is baunilha?

Baunilha, also known as vanilla, is a popular food ingredient that is derived from the pods of the vanilla orchid plant. This aromatic and flavorful spice is used in a wide range of sweet dishes, such as cakes, cookies, and ice cream, as well as in some savory dishes. Baunilha's distinctive taste and aroma come from the presence of vanillin, a compound that gives it a rich and sweet flavor profile with subtle hints of floral and fruity notes. With its versatility and delicious taste, baunilha has become a staple ingredient in many kitchens around the world, adding depth and complexity to a wide range of culinary creations.

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