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Is vanille-extract vegan?

Vanille-extract is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vanille-extract?

Vanilla extract is a popular food ingredient derived from the beans of the vanilla orchid plant. This highly aromatic and flavorful liquid is made by soaking vanilla beans in alcohol and water, which extracts the complex and delicious vanilla flavors and aromas. Vanilla extract is a versatile ingredient used in a wide range of baked goods, desserts, and confections, and is also a popular addition to coffee, tea, and other beverages. With its rich, sweet, and creamy flavor profile, vanilla extract adds a touch of warmth and sophistication to any dish or drink, making it an essential ingredient in every kitchen.

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