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Is graisse butyrique vegan?

Graisse butyrique is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graisse butyrique?

Graisse butyrique, also known as butyric butter, is a type of clarified butter that is commonly used in French cuisine. It is made by heating butter until the milk solids separate from the fat, resulting in a rich, golden liquid with a nutty and slightly sweet flavor. Graisse butyrique has a high smoke point, making it ideal for high-heat cooking methods like frying and sautéing. It is also frequently used in sauces and pastries to add a depth of flavor and richness. In addition to its culinary uses, graisse butyrique is also believed to have health benefits, including aiding in digestion and reducing inflammation in the body.

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