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Is pulpe d ail vegan?

Pulpe d ail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pulpe d ail?

"Pulpe d'ail" is a versatile ingredient used in many culinary applications, known for its pungent aroma and intense flavor. It is made by finely chopping fresh garlic cloves and then mixing them with a small amount of olive oil to create a smooth paste. The resulting pulpy texture is perfect for seasoning dishes like pasta sauces, soups, marinades, and dressings. The strong flavor of "pulpe d'ail" can add a depth of complexity to any dish, and it is widely used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. It is also a popular ingredient in vegan and vegetarian dishes, as it adds an umami-rich flavor to meat-free dishes.

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