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Are flageolets vert extra-fins vegan?

Flageolets vert extra-fins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flageolets vert extra-fins?

Flageolets verts extra-fins are a delicate and flavorful French bean that are picked young, resulting in a tender texture and sweet, nutty taste. With their slender shape and bright green color, they add a touch of elegance to any dish. Flageolets are a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of dishes, from salads to stews, and are particularly popular in French cuisine. High in fiber and protein, they are a nutritious addition to any meal. These extra-fine flageolets are of the highest quality, carefully selected and packed to ensure their fresh, vibrant flavor.

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