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Is beurre' salé vegan?

Beurre' salé is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is beurre' salé?

Beurre salé, also known as salted butter, is a creamy and delicious ingredient widely used in French cuisine. This rich and savory butter is made by churning high-quality cream with sea salt, giving it a distinctive flavor and texture that complements many dishes. Beurre salé is commonly used in baking and cooking, adding depth and complexity to dishes like sauces, pastries, and caramel. It's also perfect for spreading on toast or melted over fresh vegetables. With its unique taste and versatility, beurre salé is a must-have ingredient for any food enthusiast looking to add a touch of French elegance to their cooking.

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