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Are les salades vegan?

Les salades is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is les salades?

Les salades is a French term that translates to "the salads" in English. Salads are a type of dish that typically consists of mixed vegetables, fruits, and other ingredients served cold with a dressing. Les salades can range from simple garden salads to more complex ones with meats, cheeses, and nuts. They are a popular choice for a light meal, a side dish, or as a refreshing snack. Salads are often associated with health and nutrition due to their high vitamin and mineral content, as well as their ability to be customized to fit various dietary needs. Les salades can be found in restaurants, cafes, and homes across the world, with countless variations to suit any taste preference.

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