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Are carnaroli reis vegan?

Carnaroli reis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carnaroli reis?

Carnaroli rice is a premium, short-grain Italian rice that is renowned for its superior quality and exceptional flavor. Characterized by its plump, firm grains with a creamy texture and slightly nutty taste, it is ideal for risotto dishes as it absorbs liquids well without becoming mushy. Grown in the Piedmont region of Italy, Carnaroli rice is recognized as the king of Italian rices due to its excellent cooking properties and ability to retain its shape even after extended cooking. Its high starch content releases slowly during cooking, creating a luxurious, velvety finish that is perfect for creating rich, savory dishes.

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