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Is oignon de roscoff vegan?

Oignon de roscoff is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oignon de roscoff?

Oignon de Roscoff is a rare and highly prized onion variety that is cultivated exclusively in the coastal town of Roscoff in Brittany, France. Known for its delicate, sweet flavor and distinctive pinkish hue, this gourmet ingredient is highly sought after by chefs and food enthusiasts alike. The onion is grown in mineral-rich soil and the bulbs are carefully hand-harvested, resulting in a tender, juicy texture that adds depth and complexity to any dish. Whether thinly sliced on a salad or caramelized in a savory sauce, Oignon de Roscoff is a must-try ingredient for any food lover looking to add a touch of French elegance to their cooking.

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