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Is cornichons en vegan?

Cornichons en is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cornichons en?

Cornichons en, also known as French gherkins, are small, crunchy pickles that are commonly used in French cuisine. These pickles are made from small, immature cucumbers that are pickled in a brine solution of vinegar, salt, and spices. Cornichons en have a slightly tart and sour flavor, with a distinct crunch and texture that makes them a popular addition to salads, sandwiches, and charcuterie boards. They also pair well with cheese, meats, and pâté, and are often used as a garnish or condiment in French dishes. Cornichons en are a versatile and flavorful ingredient that can add a touch of French sophistication to any dish.

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