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Are amandes brunes vegan?

Amandes brunes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amandes brunes?

Amandes brunes, also known as brown almonds, are a popular ingredient in French cuisine. These almonds are characterized by their rich, nutty flavor and deep brown color. Amandes brunes are a good source of protein, fiber, and healthy fats, making them a nutritious addition to any dish. They are commonly used in baked goods like almond croissants and macarons, as well as in savory dishes like roasted vegetables and salads. Amandes brunes are also a great snack on their own, either raw or roasted with a sprinkle of sea salt. With their versatility and delicious taste, amandes brunes are a must-have ingredient for any pantry.

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