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Is fűszer kivonatok vegan?

Fűszer kivonatok is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fűszer kivonatok?

"Fűszer kivonatok" is a Hungarian term that refers to spice extracts. These extracts are derived from various spices such as paprika, garlic, ginger, and many others. They are concentrated forms of the flavor and aroma of these spices, which can be used in cooking and food processing to add a specific taste or scent without using the actual spice itself. Fűszer kivonatok are popular among food manufacturers because they are easy to use, cost-effective, and have a longer shelf life than whole spices. Additionally, they offer consistency in flavor and aroma, making them a reliable ingredient for creating delicious dishes.

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