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Is bouillon de veau vegan?

Bouillon de veau is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bouillon de veau?

Bouillon de veau is a rich and flavorful French-style broth made from simmering veal bones with vegetables, herbs, and spices. It's typically used as a base for soups, stews, sauces, and gravies, adding depth and complexity to any dish it's incorporated into. The velvety texture and savory taste of bouillon de veau make it an essential ingredient in classic French cuisine, and it's also popular in international cooking. Whether you're making a hearty beef bourguignon or a delicate consommé, bouillon de veau is sure to elevate your culinary creations with its delicious and distinctive flavor.

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