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Are noix de grenoble sèches vegan?

Noix de grenoble sèches is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is noix de grenoble sèches?

Noix de Grenoble sèches, also known as dried walnuts, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient used in a variety of dishes. These nuts are harvested in the fall when they have matured and are left to dry for several weeks before being packaged for consumption. With a rich, earthy flavor and a slightly sweet taste, they are a popular addition to salads, baked goods, and savory dishes. Packed with healthy fats, protein, and essential nutrients like vitamin E and magnesium, dried walnuts are a tasty and wholesome ingredient that can add both flavor and nutritional benefits to any meal.

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