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Is extrait chicorée vegan?

Extrait chicorée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait chicorée?

Extrait chicorée is a highly versatile and nutritious ingredient that is extracted from the roots of chicory plants. This natural extract has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor that can be used to add depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from baked goods to savory dishes. Rich in antioxidants and dietary fiber, extrait chicorée is also a great source of prebiotics, which can help to support gut health and boost overall immunity. Whether you're looking to enhance the flavor of your favorite recipes or simply add some nutritional value to your diet, extrait chicorée is a fantastic ingredient to have on hand.

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