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Is eau gazéfieé vegan?

Eau gazéfieé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eau gazéfieé?

"Eau gazéifiée" is a French term that refers to carbonated water. It is a popular ingredient in many beverages and cocktails, as its effervescence can add a refreshing and bubbly texture to drinks. This type of water is created by dissolving carbon dioxide gas under pressure into regular water, creating tiny bubbles that give it its characteristic fizz. Eau gazéifiée is often used as a low-calorie alternative to sugary drinks and is commonly consumed on its own as a thirst-quenching and hydrating option. It can also be used in cooking and baking as a way to add a unique flavor and texture to recipes.

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