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Is gousse de vanille broyée épuisée vegan?

Gousse de vanille broyée épuisée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousse de vanille broyée épuisée?

"Gousse de vanille broyée épuisée" is a popular food ingredient used in various cuisines around the world. It is the inner seeds of a vanilla pod that have been scraped out and ground into a fine powder. The resulting powder is highly aromatic and imparts a rich, sweet flavor to dishes. This ingredient is commonly used in desserts such as cakes, cookies, and ice cream, but can also be used to enhance the flavor of savory dishes such as stews and sauces. Its intense aroma and flavor make it a versatile ingredient that adds a delicious complexity to any dish.

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