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Is citrons confit vegan?

Citrons confit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citrons confit?

Citrons confit is a sweet and tangy ingredient that is made by preserving citron slices in sugar syrup. The process of confit involves slowly cooking the slices in the syrup until they become translucent and the syrup is thick and fragrant. The resulting product has a bright yellow color and a soft, chewy texture with a slightly bitter and acidic flavor. Citrons confit is commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, where it is added to sweet and savory dishes alike. Its unique taste and texture make it a popular ingredient in baking, candy-making, and traditional recipes such as tagines and stews.

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