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Is extrait de oignon vegan?

Extrait de oignon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait de oignon?

Extrait de oignon, or onion extract, is a highly concentrated liquid derived from onions. This extract is made by simmering onions in water, then reducing the liquid to a thick, flavorful syrup. Onion extract is commonly used in cooking to add depth and complexity to dishes, and is also prized for its many health benefits. Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, onion extract has been shown to improve heart health, boost immunity, and even fight cancer. With its bold, savory flavor and impressive nutritional profile, onion extract is a versatile and valuable addition to any kitchen.

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