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Is fond de volaille déshydraté vegan?

Fond de volaille déshydraté is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fond de volaille déshydraté?

"Fond de volaille déshydraté" is a French culinary term that refers to dehydrated chicken stock. This versatile ingredient is made by drying and grinding chicken bones, meat, and vegetables into a concentrated powder that can be reconstituted with hot water to create a flavorful and aromatic broth. It adds depth of flavor and richness to sauces, stews, soups, risottos, and more. The dehydrated form also has a longer shelf life and takes up less storage space than liquid stock. Its umami taste and aroma make it a must-have in any chef's pantry or home cook's kitchen.

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