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Are cornilles vegan?

Cornilles is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cornilles?

Cornilles, also known as "French green lentils," are small, flavorful legumes that are a staple in French cuisine. Unlike other types of lentils, cornilles retain their shape when cooked, making them ideal for salads and stews. They have a slightly peppery taste and a delicate texture that complements a variety of dishes. High in protein and fiber, cornilles are also a healthy addition to any diet. Harvested in the volcanic soils of the Puy region of France, these lentils are prized for their unique flavor and texture. Whether cooked alone or combined with other ingredients, cornilles add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any meal.

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