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Is poudre de vanille bourbon vegan?

Poudre de vanille bourbon is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poudre de vanille bourbon?

Poudre de vanille Bourbon is a high-quality, finely ground vanilla powder that originates from the Bourbon Islands in Madagascar. This delicate and aromatic ingredient is made from the finest hand-picked vanilla beans, which are sun-dried and carefully ground to a fine powder. Poudre de vanille Bourbon has a rich, sweet flavor profile that is perfect for enhancing the taste of baked goods, desserts, and other sweet dishes. Its fine texture makes it easy to mix and blend with other ingredients, and its intense aroma and flavor can turn any ordinary recipe into a gourmet delight.

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