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Is jus de carottes concentré vegan?

Jus de carottes concentré is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus de carottes concentré?

Jus de carottes concentré, or concentrated carrot juice, is a versatile ingredient packed with essential vitamins and minerals. It is made by extracting the juice from fresh carrots and then heating it to remove most of the water, resulting in a concentrated form that retains the natural sweetness and earthy flavor of the vegetable. This ingredient can be used to add depth of flavor to savory dishes such as stews, soups, and sauces, or as a natural sweetener in baked goods and desserts. With its vibrant orange color and nutrient-rich profile, concentrated carrot juice is a must-have in any healthy kitchen.

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