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Is extraits d'huître vegan?

Extraits d'huître is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extraits d'huître?

Extraits d'huître, which translates to "oyster extracts," are a unique food ingredient with a savory and distinct flavor. These extracts are made from oysters that are cooked down to create a concentrated liquid. Rich in nutrients such as zinc, iron, and vitamin B12, oyster extracts are commonly used in Asian cuisine and can enhance the umami flavor in dishes like soups, stews, and sauces. Due to their strong taste, only a small amount of extract is needed to add depth to a dish. Oyster extracts are also believed to have various health benefits, including boosting immunity and improving brain function.

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