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Is pépite de chocolat noir vegan?

Pépite de chocolat noir is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is pépite de chocolat noir?

Pépites de chocolat noir, or dark chocolate chips, are small pieces of rich, bittersweet chocolate that add depth and decadence to baked goods and desserts. Made from high-quality cocoa beans, dark chocolate chips have a higher percentage of cocoa solids and less added sugar than their milk chocolate counterparts, resulting in a more intense and complex flavor profile. Whether mixed into cookies, sprinkled on top of ice cream, or melted into a luxurious ganache, pépites de chocolat noir are a versatile ingredient that elevates any sweet treat.

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