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Are noix de cajous crues vegan?

Noix de cajous crues is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is noix de cajous crues?

"Noix de cajous crues" refers to raw cashew nuts that have not been roasted or processed in any way. These nuts are native to Brazil but are now widely cultivated in other tropical regions. They have a creamy texture and a slightly sweet, buttery flavor that makes them a popular snack or ingredient in many dishes. Raw cashew nuts are also rich in nutrients, such as protein, healthy fats, and minerals like magnesium and copper. They can be eaten on their own as a snack, added to salads or smoothies for extra crunch, or used in recipes to create delicious and healthy meals.

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