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Is extrait d'houblon vegan?

Extrait d'houblon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait d'houblon?

Extrait d'houblon, also known as hop extract, is a natural food ingredient derived from the flowers of the hop plant. The extract is rich in hop resins and essential oils, which give it a distinct bitter and aromatic flavor profile. It is commonly used in the production of beer and other beverages, as well as in the food industry to add flavor and aroma to various products such as bread, cheese, and sauces. Hop extract is a versatile ingredient that can also provide health benefits, such as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Its concentrated form allows for precise dosing and consistent flavor in recipes.

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