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Is % schalotten vegan?

% schalotten is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is % schalotten?

Schalotten, also known as shallots, are a type of vegetable that belong to the onion family. They have a distinctive taste that is both sweet and pungent, and are often used in cooking to add flavor and depth to a wide variety of dishes. Schalotten have a bulbous shape with a papery outer layer and are typically smaller than regular onions. They are rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and iron. Schalotten can be eaten raw or cooked and are a popular ingredient in French cuisine, particularly in sauces and dressings. They are also commonly used in Indian and Southeast Asian cooking.

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