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Is zwiebel getrocknet vegan?

Zwiebel getrocknet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zwiebel getrocknet?

Zwiebel getrocknet is a German term for dried onion flakes that are commonly used as a seasoning in various culinary creations. These thin and crispy flakes offer an intense, pungent aroma with a slightly sweet and savory flavor profile that will enhance the taste of any dish. They are made from fresh onions that have been sliced and dehydrated until they reach a perfect crunchiness. Zwiebel getrocknet adds depth and complexity to soups, stews, sauces, marinades, salad dressings, and many other recipes. This versatile ingredient also boasts numerous health benefits, such as immune system support, anti-inflammatory properties, and cancer-fighting compounds.

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