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Is extrait d´épice vegan?

Extrait d´épice is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait d´épice?

Extrait d'épice, or spice extract, is a concentrated liquid made from the essential oils and flavors of various spices. This ingredient is commonly used in cooking and baking to add a burst of flavor to dishes. It is typically made by steeping ground spices in a solvent, such as ethanol, and then distilling the mixture to remove the solvent and concentrate the flavor. Spice extract can be used in small quantities to add complexity and depth to a wide range of recipes, from soups and stews to desserts and baked goods. Its intense flavor makes it a popular choice for chefs and home cooks looking to elevate their dishes with a bold, spicy kick.

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