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Is pâte d´amande vegan?

Pâte d´amande is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pâte d´amande?

Pâte d'amande, also known as almond paste, is a smooth and malleable mixture made from ground almonds and sugar. It has a distinct nutty flavor and a slightly sweet taste, making it a popular ingredient in many desserts and baked goods. Pâte d'amande is often used as a filling in pastries or as a decorative element on cakes, where it can be shaped into various forms and colors. Its pliability also makes it a favorite among pastry chefs and home bakers alike, as it can be easily molded into different shapes and designs. With its versatility and unique flavor, pâte d'amande is a must-have ingredient for any baker or dessert lover.

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