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Is exhausted vanilla bean vegan?

Exhausted vanilla bean is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is exhausted vanilla bean?

An exhausted vanilla bean is a flavorful and aromatic ingredient that has been used to infuse a wide variety of culinary delights for centuries. It is the spent husk of a vanilla pod that has been stripped of its fragrant seeds and used in cooking or baking. Despite having lost its seeds, an exhausted vanilla bean still has plenty to offer in terms of its unique and complex flavor profile. Its deep, rich aroma is perfect for infusing into desserts, syrups, and sauces, giving them a subtle yet unmistakable vanilla taste that is both comforting and indulgent.

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