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Are céreales soufflées vegan?

Céreales soufflées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is céreales soufflées?

Céréales soufflées, also known as puffed cereals, are a popular and versatile food ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes. Made by subjecting whole grains, such as rice or wheat, to high temperatures and pressure, céréales soufflées are characterized by their light, airy texture and mild, nutty flavor. They are a low-fat, low-calorie food source that is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making them a healthy addition to breakfast cereals, snack bars, granolas, and other baked goods. With their crunchy texture and delicate taste, céréales soufflées can add both nutrition and flavor to your favorite recipes.

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