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Is d'eau vegan?

D'eau is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d'eau?

D'eau is a French word that translates to "of water" in English. In the culinary world, it refers to the use of water as an ingredient in cooking or baking. Water is an essential element in many recipes, providing moisture and helping to bind ingredients together. It is often used to cook grains, vegetables, and meats, as well as to create stocks and broths. D'eau is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a wide range of recipes, from simple soups and stews to complex sauces and marinades. Its subtle flavor and neutral profile make it a valuable ingredient in many dishes, allowing other flavors and ingredients to shine.

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