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Is ecorces d'orange en de vegan?

Ecorces d'orange en de is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ecorces d'orange en de?

Ecorces d'orange en de, also known as candied orange peel, is a popular ingredient in many cuisines worldwide. This delicacy is made by simmering strips of orange peel in a sugar syrup until the peel is soft and tender. The candied orange peel has a sweet, citrusy flavor with a chewy texture that adds a delightful contrast to baked goods and desserts. It can be used as a flavorful garnish or mixed into dishes such as cakes, cookies, and fruit salads. Ecorces d'orange en de is not only delicious but also rich in vitamins and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to any recipe.

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