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Is cornichons au vinaigre vegan?

Cornichons au vinaigre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cornichons au vinaigre?

Cornichons au vinaigre, also known as French pickles, are a popular condiment in French cuisine. These small pickles are made from gherkin cucumbers that have been pickled in a tangy vinegar brine, giving them a sour and slightly sweet flavor. With their crunchy texture and sharp taste, cornichons au vinaigre are a versatile ingredient that can be used to add flavor and acidity to a wide range of dishes, from salads and sandwiches to charcuterie boards and appetizers. They are also a great accompaniment to rich and savory dishes, helping to cut through the richness and provide balance to the palate.

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