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Is concentré de jus citron vegan?

Concentré de jus citron is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is concentré de jus citron?

Concentré de jus citron, or lemon juice concentrate, is a versatile and convenient ingredient that can add a burst of tangy, citrus flavor to a wide range of dishes. Made by extracting and dehydrating the juice of fresh lemons, this concentrated liquid has a more intense flavor than regular lemon juice and can be used in smaller quantities. It is commonly used as a flavoring agent in marinades, dressings, and sauces, and can also be added to desserts and baked goods for a zesty twist. The high acidity of lemon juice concentrate also makes it a popular natural preservative in the food industry.

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