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Are pois chiches rehydratés vegan?

Pois chiches rehydratés is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pois chiches rehydratés?

Pois chiches rehydratés, or rehydrated chickpeas in English, are a versatile and nutritious legume that have been soaked in water until they plump up and soften. These protein-packed peas have a mildly nutty flavor and a slightly firm texture, making them a popular ingredient in a range of dishes including salads, soups, stews, and curries. They're also commonly used to make hummus and falafel. Rehydrating chickpeas can save time compared to starting with dry beans, and it ensures that the peas are evenly cooked and tender. These delicious and healthy peas are an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.

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