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Is fécule ou vegan?

Fécule ou is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fécule ou?

Fécule ou, also known as arrowroot starch, is a powdery, gluten-free, and odorless ingredient derived from the rhizomes of the arrowroot plant. With its fine texture and neutral flavor, it is a popular alternative to cornstarch and flour in gluten-free and vegan cooking. Fécule ou is often used as a thickening agent in sauces, gravies, and soups, and can also be used to make light and crispy batters for frying. Additionally, it is a great ingredient for making homemade baby food due to its mild taste and easy digestibility. Fécule ou is a versatile and essential ingredient in any gluten-free or plant-based pantry.

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