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Is de palme vegan?

De palme is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de palme?

De palme is a popular food ingredient used in many traditional dishes in West African cuisine. It is made from the pulp of the oil palm fruit, which is cooked and blended to form a thick paste. The paste is then formed into small, oval-shaped balls and smoked over an open fire. The smoking process gives de palme a distinct smoky flavor that is both savory and slightly sweet. De palme is often used to add depth and richness to stews and soups, and is a staple ingredient in dishes like egusi soup and groundnut stew. Its unique flavor and versatility make it a favorite among West African chefs and food lovers alike.

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