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Is gousse vanille vegan?

Gousse vanille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gousse vanille?

Gousse vanille, also known as vanilla pod, is a long and slender, dark-brown seedpod that comes from the Vanilla planifolia orchid. Known for its sweet, rich and floral aroma, it is commonly used in baking and desserts or added to hot beverages. The pods contain thousands of tiny black seeds that can be scraped out and used for flavoring. Grown in tropical climates such as Madagascar, Indonesia, and Tahiti, these pods are highly prized for their unique flavor and can be quite expensive. With its distinct flavor and versatility, gousse vanille is a must-have ingredient for any gourmet cook or baker.

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