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Is eau gazeifiee vegan?

Eau gazeifiee is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eau gazeifiee?

"Eau gazeifiee" is a French term that refers to carbonated water. This bubbly ingredient is created by infusing water with carbon dioxide under pressure, resulting in a refreshing and effervescent drink that can be enjoyed on its own or used as a base for mixed beverages. Carbonated water is a great alternative to sugary soft drinks, as it adds fizz and flavor without the added calories. It can also be used in cooking and baking to add a lightness to dishes or as a substitute for yeast in some recipes. With its unique texture and taste, eau gazeifiee is a versatile ingredient that can enhance any meal or drink.

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