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Is vaniljauute vegan?

Vaniljauute is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vaniljauute?

Vaniljauute is a Finnish term for vanilla extract, a popular ingredient used in baking and cooking. It is made by macerating vanilla beans in a mixture of water and alcohol, which extracts the rich, complex flavors and aroma of vanilla. The resulting liquid is then filtered and bottled, ready to be used in various recipes. Vaniljauute is a versatile ingredient that can be used in desserts such as cakes, cookies, and ice cream, as well as in savory dishes like sauces and marinades. Its sweet and fragrant flavor profile adds a depth of richness to any dish, making it a favorite among both amateur and professional chefs alike.

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