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Is poudre de d'ail vegan?

Poudre de d'ail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de d'ail?

"Poudre de d'ail" is a versatile ingredient made from finely ground garlic cloves that are dried and then pulverized. This powder has a pungent aroma and a strong, slightly spicy taste that is used in a wide range of cuisines. It is an essential ingredient in many savory dishes, including soups, stews, sauces, and marinades, adding depth and complexity to the flavors. Besides, poudre de d'ail is a convenient substitute for fresh garlic, offering the same potent flavor without the laborious peeling and chopping. This powder is a must-have in any spice rack and can elevate the taste of any dish with just a pinch.

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