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Are carottes cuites vegan?

Carottes cuites is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carottes cuites?

Carottes cuites, also known as cooked carrots, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes. These tender and flavorful vegetables are typically prepared by boiling, steaming, or roasting until they are soft and tender. Cooked carrots are a rich source of beta-carotene, fiber, and other essential vitamins and minerals. They have a slightly sweet and earthy flavor that pairs well with a wide range of other ingredients. Whether you're looking to add some extra nutrition to your meals or simply want to enjoy the delicious taste of cooked carrots, this ingredient is a great choice.

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