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Is tomatenmarkkonzentrat vegan?

Tomatenmarkkonzentrat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tomatenmarkkonzentrat?

Tomatenmarkkonzentrat is a concentrated tomato paste that is commonly used as a base ingredient in a variety of savory dishes. Made from ripe, juicy tomatoes that have been cooked and strained to remove the skin and seeds, the resulting paste is then reduced until it reaches a thick, rich consistency. This process intensifies the flavor of the tomatoes, making it an ideal ingredient to add depth and complexity to sauces, stews, soups, and other dishes. With its concentrated flavor and versatility in the kitchen, Tomatenmarkkonzentrat is a pantry staple that every cook should have on hand.

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