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Is purée ail vegan?

Purée ail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is purée ail?

Purée ail, or garlic purée, is a smooth, velvety paste made from fresh garlic cloves that have been cooked and mashed to a fine consistency. This versatile ingredient adds a bold, pungent flavor and aroma to a variety of dishes, including soups, stews, marinades, and dressings. It's commonly used as a flavoring agent in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, and is also popular in French and Italian dishes. Garlic purée is a time-saving alternative to mincing fresh garlic and can be easily incorporated into recipes, making it a staple in many kitchens. Its intense flavor and health benefits make it a must-have ingredient for any garlic lover.

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