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Is purée de citron‘ vegan?

Purée de citron‘ is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is purée de citron‘?

Purée de citron, or lemon puree, is a versatile ingredient used in both sweet and savory dishes. Made from whole lemons, the puree captures the bright and zesty flavor of the fruit while also providing a smooth and creamy texture. It can be used as a substitute for fresh lemon juice, providing a consistent and concentrated lemon flavor without the need for squeezing or straining. Lemon puree is a popular ingredient in desserts, including cakes, pies, and custards, as well as in marinades, dressings, and sauces for fish, chicken, and vegetables. It also adds a refreshing citrus kick to cocktails and mocktails.

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