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Are noyaux d'abricots vegan?

Noyaux d'abricots is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is noyaux d'abricots?

Noyaux d'abricots, also known as apricot kernels, are small, oval-shaped seeds found within the pits of apricots. These kernels have a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and are often used as a culinary ingredient in various dishes and desserts. They are also used in the production of oils and cosmetics due to their high content of fatty acids and vitamins. However, it's important to note that apricot kernels contain a compound called amygdalin, which can convert to cyanide when ingested in large amounts. Therefore, it's recommended to consume noyaux d'abricots in moderation and only after careful preparation to remove any potential toxins.

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