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Is pearl onion vegan?

Pearl onion is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pearl onion?

Pearl onions are small, marble-sized onions that are commonly used in a variety of dishes for their sweet and mild flavor. These onions are typically white, but can also be found in shades of red and yellow. They are a popular ingredient in stews, soups, and roasted vegetable dishes. Pearl onions are prized for their tender texture and delicate taste, which makes them a favorite of chefs and home cooks alike. They are also a good source of vitamin C and dietary fiber, and can add a healthy boost to any meal. When cooked, pearl onions become slightly caramelized, imparting a subtle sweetness to the dish.

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