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Is estratto di vaniglia vegan?

Estratto di vaniglia is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is estratto di vaniglia?

Estratto di vaniglia, also known as vanilla extract, is a highly concentrated liquid extract derived from vanilla beans. The process of making estratto di vaniglia involves soaking the beans in alcohol and allowing the flavors to infuse. This results in a deep, rich flavor with a sweet and floral aroma that is commonly used in baking and cooking. Estratto di vaniglia adds a distinct flavor to cakes, cookies, and other desserts, and can also be used to enhance the flavor of savory dishes like soups and sauces. It is a versatile ingredient that is a staple in many kitchens around the world, prized for its ability to add a touch of luxury to any dish.

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