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Is et au caramel vegan?

Et au caramel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is et au caramel?

"Et au caramel" is a delectable food ingredient that brings the perfect balance of sweetness and creaminess to any dish. This French term, meaning "with caramel," refers to the combination of butter, cream, sugar, and vanilla that are cooked until they reach a rich, golden-brown color. The result is a luscious and velvety caramel sauce with a slightly burnt, nutty flavor. Et au caramel can be used to elevate desserts like ice cream, cakes, and pastries, as well as savory dishes like roasted vegetables, meats, and seafood. Its versatility makes it a beloved ingredient in the culinary world, adding a touch of indulgence to any dish.

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