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Is moutarde à vegan?

Moutarde à is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is moutarde à?

Moutarde à, also known as "mustard with", is a versatile food ingredient commonly used in French cuisine. This type of mustard is made by blending mustard seeds with vinegar and other ingredients like herbs, spices, and honey. Moutarde à has a sharp and tangy flavor that can add depth and complexity to many dishes. It can be used as a condiment, marinade, or ingredient in sauces and dressings. Moutarde à pairs well with meats, cheeses, and vegetables, and can add a unique touch to sandwiches, salads, and charcuterie boards. With its bold flavor and endless culinary possibilities, moutarde à is a must-have ingredient for any food lover.

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