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Is café infusé à froid vegan?

Café infusé à froid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is café infusé à froid?

Café infusé à froid, or cold brew coffee in English, is a trendy ingredient that has been taking the world of coffee by storm. The process involves steeping coarse coffee grounds in cold water for 12 to 24 hours, resulting in a smooth and flavorful concentrate. This method of brewing creates a less acidic and bitter taste than traditional hot-brewed coffee, making it a popular choice for those with sensitive stomachs. Café infusé à froid can be enjoyed on its own or used as a versatile ingredient in cooking and baking, adding depth and complexity to dishes like ice cream, cocktails, and marinades.

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