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Is kawałki wanilii vegan?

Kawałki wanilii is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kawałki wanilii?

Kawałki wanilii, also known as vanilla pieces, are a fragrant and flavorful ingredient used in a variety of culinary applications. These small, aromatic pieces of vanilla pod are harvested from the tropical orchid, Vanilla planifolia, which is native to Mexico. With their intense aroma and sweet flavor, kawałki wanilii are often used in baking and confectionery, adding depth and complexity to desserts such as cakes, cookies, and ice creams. They can also be used to infuse flavor into hot beverages such as coffee or tea. Kawałki wanilii are a natural and versatile ingredient that can enhance the taste of any dish.

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