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Is vínaigre de vin vegan?

Vínaigre de vin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vínaigre de vin?

Vínaigre de vin, also known as red wine vinegar, is a tangy and versatile ingredient commonly used in French cuisine. Made by fermenting red wine into vinegar, it possesses a rich, deep flavor with hints of fruit and oak. Its acidity makes it a perfect addition to salad dressings, marinades, and sauces, while its depth of flavor can add complexity to stews and braises. Rich in antioxidants and probiotics, vínaigre de vin has been touted for its health benefits, including improving digestion and reducing inflammation. Its distinct taste and healthful properties make it a staple in any well-stocked kitchen.

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