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Is % concombre vegan?

% concombre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is % concombre?

"% concombre" is a French term that refers to the percentage of cucumber in a particular dish or recipe. Cucumbers are a refreshing and hydrating ingredient that are commonly used in salads, sandwiches, and dips. They are rich in vitamins and minerals, and have a crunchy texture that adds a refreshing and crisp element to any dish. When a recipe calls for "% concombre," it means that the amount of cucumber used is a significant component of the dish, and will likely be a key element in determining its taste and texture. Whether sliced thin or diced, cucumbers are a versatile ingredient that can add a fresh and healthy twist to any meal.

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