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Is jus concentré du citron vegan?

Jus concentré du citron is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus concentré du citron?

Jus concentré du citron is a French term that refers to concentrated lemon juice. This ingredient is made from fresh lemons that are juiced and then condensed to remove water and increase acidity. The resulting concentrate has a tart, tangy flavor that is perfect for enhancing the taste of a variety of dishes. Jus concentré du citron can be used as a natural preservative, a marinade for meat, fish, or vegetables, or as an ingredient in sauces, dressings, and desserts. Its versatile nature makes it an essential item in any kitchen, adding brightness and acidity to sweet and savory recipes alike.

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