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Is buchenholzrauch vegan?

Buchenholzrauch is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is buchenholzrauch?

Buchenholzrauch, also known as beechwood smoke, is a food ingredient that adds a distinct smoky flavor to various dishes. It is produced by burning beechwood chips and capturing the resulting smoke, which is then condensed into a liquid form. Buchenholzrauch is commonly used in the production of cured meats, such as bacon and ham, as well as in cheeses, sausages, and even beer. This natural ingredient is preferred over artificial liquid smoke due to its authentic taste and aroma. It is often used in small quantities to add a subtle smokiness to dishes or in larger amounts to create a bolder flavor.

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