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Is double de concentré de tomate vegan?

Double de concentré de tomate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is double de concentré de tomate?

Double concentrated tomato paste is a thick and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking to add depth and richness to various dishes. Made by slowly simmering tomatoes until they're reduced to a concentrated paste, double concentration means that even more water has been removed, resulting in a more intense flavor. With its bold, tangy taste and deep red color, this versatile ingredient can be used to enhance the flavor of sauces, soups, stews, and other savory dishes. It's also a convenient pantry staple, as a small amount can go a long way in adding depth and complexity to your meals.

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