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Are côtes de blettes vegan?

Côtes de blettes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is côtes de blettes?

Côtes de blettes, also known as Swiss chard stems, are a versatile ingredient in the culinary world. They are the long, slender stems of the leafy Swiss chard plant and have a crisp texture and slightly sweet taste. Côtes de blettes are typically prepared by steaming or boiling until tender, then sautéed with butter and garlic or added to soups and stews. They can also be pickled or used in place of celery in recipes. Not only are côtes de blettes delicious, but they are also a great source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber and potassium. Try incorporating this unique ingredient into your next dish for a flavorful and healthy addition.

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