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Is jus de citron de concentré vegan?

Jus de citron de concentré is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is jus de citron de concentré?

Jus de citron de concentré, also known as concentrated lemon juice, is a versatile and convenient ingredient used in many recipes. This tart and tangy juice is made by removing water from fresh lemon juice, leaving a concentrated and potent flavor. It can be used in cooking, baking, and as a flavor enhancer for cocktails and other beverages. Concentrated lemon juice is a great alternative to fresh lemon juice as it has a longer shelf life and takes up less storage space. It's a must-have ingredient for any kitchen, adding brightness and acidity to dishes with just a small amount.

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