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Is triple concentre de tomate vegan?

Triple concentre de tomate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is triple concentre de tomate?

Triple concentré de tomate is a popular French cooking ingredient that translates to "triple-concentrated tomato paste". It is made by cooking tomatoes for an extended period, removing the seeds and skins, and reducing it to a thick tomato paste. The triple concentration process means that this tomato paste packs an intense flavor punch and has a vibrant red color. With its rich umami taste, triple concentré de tomate adds depth and complexity to sauces, stews, soups, and various dishes. Due to its long shelf-life and versatility in cooking, this tomato paste is a staple in many kitchens.

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