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Are salades mélangées vegan?

Salades mélangées is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is salades mélangées?

Salades mélangées, or mixed salads, are a delicious and versatile ingredient that can add a refreshing burst of flavor and texture to any dish. Typically composed of a variety of greens, such as lettuce, spinach, and arugula, mixed salads may also contain other fresh vegetables like carrots, tomatoes, or cucumbers. These greens are often hand-selected for their crispness and flavor, then carefully mixed together to create a harmonious blend that is both nutritious and delicious. With their vibrant colors and fresh, crisp texture, salades mélangées are an excellent addition to any salad, sandwich, or wrap.

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