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Is oignon réhydraté vegan?

Oignon réhydraté is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oignon réhydraté?

Oignon réhydraté is a French term that refers to dehydrated onion that has been restored with water. This process allows the onion to regain its natural moisture and flavor, making it an excellent ingredient for a variety of dishes. Rehydrated onions are versatile and can be used in soups, stews, sauces, and marinades. They have a sweet and slightly pungent taste that can add depth and complexity to a range of savory dishes. With their long shelf life and convenience, oignon réhydraté is a must-have ingredient for any home cook or professional chef looking to add flavor and texture to their culinary creations.

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