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Are avec des billes de céréales vegan?

Avec des billes de céréales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is avec des billes de céréales?

"Avec des billes de céréales" is a French term that translates to "with cereal balls." These crunchy and flavorful spheres are made from a combination of grains and often contain a blend of wheat, corn, and rice. They can be enjoyed on their own as a snack or added to various dishes to provide texture and depth of flavor. With their distinct shape and satisfying crunch, cereal balls are a versatile ingredient that can add both nutritional value and taste to any meal. Whether used as a topping for yogurt or baked into a delicious granola bar, avec des billes de céréales is a beloved ingredient in French cuisine and beyond.

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