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Is pâte de anchois vegan?

Pâte de anchois is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pâte de anchois?

Pâte de anchois, also known as anchovy paste, is a savory and intensely flavored ingredient made from ground anchovy fillets, oil, and salt. This versatile paste is commonly used in Mediterranean cuisine to add depth of flavor to dishes such as pasta sauces, dressings, and dips. Its rich umami taste makes it an excellent substitute for fish sauce or soy sauce in recipes, lending a distinctive brininess that enhances the overall flavor profile. Pâte de anchois is a must-have ingredient for any serious home cook or professional chef looking to elevate their dishes to the next level with its unique and irresistible taste.

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