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Is d'oignon vegan?

D'oignon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d'oignon?

D'oignon is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that is a staple in many cuisines worldwide. This French term refers to onions that have been finely chopped or sliced, making them perfect for adding texture and depth of flavor to a variety of dishes. Whether caramelized to add sweetness to soups and stews, sautéed with herbs and spices for savory sauces, or simply added raw to salads for a crunchy bite, d'oignon brings a unique aroma and taste that can enhance any recipe. With its high nutritional value and low calorie count, d'oignon is an excellent ingredient for adding flavor to meals without compromising on health.

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