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Is cornichon au vinaigre vegan?

Cornichon au vinaigre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cornichon au vinaigre?

Cornichon au vinaigre, also known as pickled gherkins, are small, crisp cucumbers that have been soaked in a tangy, vinegar-based solution. These tiny, crunchy pickles are a popular addition to charcuterie boards and sandwiches, adding a refreshing, slightly sour flavor and satisfying crunch. Cornichons are traditionally made in France, where they are enjoyed as a snack or used as a condiment to accompany rich and savory dishes. The pickling process not only adds a delicious flavor to the cucumbers but also extends their shelf life, making them a versatile and convenient ingredient to have on hand.

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