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Are laitue de mers vegan?

Laitue de mers is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is laitue de mers?

Laitue de mer, also known as sea lettuce, is a type of edible seaweed that grows in shallow, nutrient-rich waters. Its bright green leaves are thin and delicate, with a slightly salty and briny flavor that complements seafood dishes, salads, and soups. Rich in essential vitamins and minerals, laitue de mer is a nutritious ingredient that can help support healthy digestion, strengthen bones, and boost the immune system. With its unique texture and flavor profile, this versatile ingredient is a popular choice among chefs and food enthusiasts who are looking to add a touch of coastal flavor to their dishes.

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