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Is gousse de vanille moulue vegan?

Gousse de vanille moulue is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousse de vanille moulue?

"Gousse de vanille moulue" is a versatile and aromatic ingredient that can add a rich and complex flavor to a variety of dishes. Made from the finely ground powder of whole vanilla pods, this ingredient is often used in baking, desserts, and sweet beverages. It has a warm and sweet aroma with hints of floral and fruity notes, making it a popular choice for adding depth to custards, ice creams, and cakes. "Gousse de vanille moulue" is also used in savory dishes such as sauces, marinades, and rubs, where it adds a subtle sweetness and complexity to meats, vegetables, and grains.

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