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Is bürro concentrato vegan?

Bürro concentrato is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bürro concentrato?

Bürro concentrato is an Italian ingredient that translates to "concentrated butter." It is a type of clarified butter that has been simmered to remove all of its water content, resulting in a rich and nutty flavor. Bürro concentrato has a high smoke point, which makes it ideal for high-temperature cooking such as sautéing and frying. It can also be used as a spread or as a replacement for regular butter in baked goods. Bürro concentrato has a longer shelf life than regular butter and can be stored at room temperature. It is a versatile and delicious ingredient that adds a unique depth of flavor to any dish.

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