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Is extraits d'houblon vegan?

Extraits d'houblon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extraits d'houblon?

Extraits d'houblon, or hop extracts, are a popular ingredient used in the brewing industry to add flavor, aroma, and bitterness to beer. These extracts are derived from the cones of the female hop plant, which is cultivated primarily for this purpose. Hop extracts contain essential oils and alpha acids, which are responsible for the unique bitter taste of beer. They are available in various forms, including powders, pellets, and liquids, and are commonly used in both craft and industrial brewing. Hop extracts are also used in the food industry to add flavor to various dishes, such as sauces, soups, and stews.

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