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Is oignon-déshydraté vegan?

Oignon-déshydraté is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oignon-déshydraté?

Oignon-déshydraté is a French term for dehydrated onion, which is a versatile ingredient commonly used in various culinary applications. Made from fresh onions that have been carefully dehydrated, this ingredient has a concentrated flavor and aroma that can enhance the taste of many dishes. The dehydrated form also has a longer shelf life than fresh onions, making it a convenient pantry staple. Oignon-déshydraté can be added to soups, stews, sauces, marinades, and dressings to impart a delicious onion flavor without the hassle of chopping and sautéing fresh onions. It's a great addition to any recipe that calls for onion and adds an instant depth of flavor.

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