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Is vaníliakivonat vegan?

Vaníliakivonat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vaníliakivonat?

Vaníliakivonat is a popular ingredient used in Hungarian cuisine. This sweet and aromatic extract is made from the seeds of vanilla pods, which are steeped in a combination of water and alcohol. The resulting liquid is rich in vanilla flavor and fragrance, making it a popular addition to many desserts and baked goods. Vaníliakivonat is often used as a substitute for fresh vanilla beans, providing a convenient and cost-effective way to incorporate the delicious taste of vanilla into recipes. With its distinctive and delicious flavor, vaníliakivonat is a must-have ingredient for any baker or dessert enthusiast.

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