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Is du café vegan?

Du café is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du café?

Du café is a beloved ingredient that has become an integral part of modern-day culture. Derived from the roasted seeds of the Coffea plant, it has a distinct aroma and flavor that has been enjoyed by people worldwide for centuries. This versatile ingredient can be used to create a wide variety of dishes, from sweet treats like cakes and cookies to savory dishes such as coffee-rubbed steak. Whether enjoyed hot or cold, black or with cream and sugar, du café provides a delicious pick-me-up that is sure to satisfy any coffee lover's cravings. Its rich history and ubiquitous presence in our daily lives make it a true staple ingredient in any kitchen.

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