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Are amandes entieres vegan?

Amandes entieres is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amandes entieres?

Amandes entières, or whole almonds, are a nutritious and versatile ingredient commonly used in French cuisine. These small, oval-shaped nuts have a hard, brown outer shell that encases a smooth, creamy-white interior. Rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats, and essential vitamins and minerals, amandes entières can be enjoyed raw or roasted, as a snack or incorporated into sweet or savory dishes. They add a delightful crunch and nutty flavor to salads, baked goods, smoothies, and more. Amandes entières are a staple ingredient in French patisserie, used to make classic treats like frangipane, macarons, and financiers.

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