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Are de pétales de maïs vegan?

De pétales de maïs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de pétales de maïs?

De pétales de maïs, or corn flakes in English, are a popular breakfast cereal made from toasted flakes of corn. They are typically light, crunchy, and slightly sweet, making them a favorite among both children and adults alike. These crispy flakes can be enjoyed with milk, yogurt, or even as a snack on their own. As a versatile ingredient, de pétales de maïs can also be used to add texture to desserts, as a coating for fried foods, or as a crunchy topping for salads. Whether enjoyed as a morning meal or used as an ingredient in various dishes, de pétales de maïs is a tasty and convenient addition to any pantry.

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