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Are éclats d' amandes vegan?

Éclats d' amandes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is éclats d' amandes?

Éclats d'amandes, or almond slivers, are small, thin slices of almonds that have been toasted and lightly salted for a deliciously crunchy texture and nutty flavor. They are commonly used in baking and cooking as a topping or mix-in for cakes, cookies, salads, and other dishes. These slivered almonds add a delightful crunch and visual appeal to any dish and are a great source of protein, healthy fats, and essential nutrients such as vitamin E and magnesium. Whether you're looking to add texture and flavor to your recipes or simply want a nutritious snack, éclats d'amandes are a versatile and delicious ingredient to have on hand.

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