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Are crispies de céréales vegan?

Crispies de céréales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crispies de céréales?

Crispies de céréales are a delightful and crunchy food ingredient made from a variety of cereals that have been cooked, extruded, and then air-dried. These tiny, bite-sized pieces add texture and flavor to a wide range of dishes, from breakfast cereals to baked goods and snacks. They are commonly made from wheat, rice, corn, or a blend of these grains, and can be sweetened or flavored with spices, fruits, or chocolate. Their versatility and crunchiness make them a popular choice for food manufacturers and home cooks alike, providing a satisfying crunch to any recipe that calls for a little bit of extra texture.

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