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Is passerade tomater vegan?

Passerade tomater is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is passerade tomater?

Passerade tomater, also known as "crushed tomatoes" in English, are tomato fruits that have been cooked and then passed through a food mill or blender to create a smooth and thick liquid. This ingredient is a popular base for many tomato-based sauces, soups, stews, and dishes, providing a rich and tangy flavor that complements a variety of different ingredients. Passerade tomater can also be used as a condiment to add depth of flavor to sandwiches, pizzas, and other dishes. It is a versatile and essential ingredient in many kitchens, making it a must-have for any avid cook or chef.

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