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Are flocon de céréales vegan?

Flocon de céréales is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocon de céréales?

Flocon de céréales is a French term that translates to "cereal flakes" in English. These flakes are made from whole grains such as oats, wheat, or barley that have been flattened and dried. They are a common ingredient in breakfast cereals, granolas and mueslis, where they add a satisfying crunch and a nutritious boost of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Flocon de céréales can also be used in baking, particularly in recipes for breads or muffins, where they can enhance the texture and flavor of the final product. With their versatility and health benefits, flocon de céréales are a must-have ingredient for any pantry.

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