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Are pignons de pins vegan?

Pignons de pins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pignons de pins?

Pignons de pins, also known as pine nuts, are the edible seeds of pine trees. These small, ivory-colored nuts have a delicate, buttery flavor and a slightly crunchy texture, making them a popular ingredient in a wide range of culinary dishes. Pignons de pins are rich in protein, fiber, and essential minerals, including magnesium, zinc, and iron. They are commonly used in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisines to add flavor and texture to salads, pasta dishes, and baked goods. Pignons de pins are also a key ingredient in traditional pesto sauce and are often sprinkled on top of dishes for added crunch and nuttiness.

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