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Are carottes noires vegan?

Carottes noires is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is carottes noires?

Carottes noires, or black carrots, are a unique and exotic variety of carrot that boast a deep, purplish-black color that is visually stunning. These carrots are rich in anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant that is responsible for their vibrant hue. The flavor of carottes noires is slightly sweeter and more earthy than traditional orange carrots, making them a great addition to salads, soups, and stews. Their striking color also makes them a popular choice for juicing and adding a pop of color to cocktails. Carottes noires are a nutritious and flavorful ingredient that can add both flavor and visual appeal to any dish.

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