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Is cebola desidratada vegan?

Cebola desidratada is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cebola desidratada?

Cebola desidratada is a dehydrated form of onions, commonly used as a flavour enhancer in various dishes. This versatile ingredient adds a distinct and concentrated onion taste to soups, stews, sauces, marinades, and more. It is made by removing the moisture from fresh onions, resulting in a shelf-stable product that can be easily stored and transported. Cebola desidratada is a convenient and time-saving alternative to fresh onions, as it eliminates the need for peeling, chopping, and sautéing. It is also an excellent option for those seeking a low-sodium diet, as it imparts a robust flavour without added salt.

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