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Is extrait d'ail vegan?

Extrait d'ail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait d'ail?

Extrait d'ail, also known as garlic extract, is a potent and flavorful ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. It is made by crushing garlic cloves and extracting their concentrated liquid essence. This extract is known for its pungent and savory taste, making it a popular addition to a wide range of dishes, from stir-fries and soups to marinades and dressings. Not only does extrait d'ail add flavor to dishes, but it also boasts various health benefits, including its antioxidant properties and its ability to boost the immune system. This versatile ingredient is a must-have in any kitchen, offering both flavor and nutrition in one powerful package.

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