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Are semoule de maîs vegan?

Semoule de maîs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semoule de maîs?

Semoule de maïs, also known as corn semolina, is a fine and gritty flour made from dried corn. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in North African and Mediterranean cuisines, where it is a staple in dishes such as couscous, polenta, and cornbread. With its distinctive golden color and slightly sweet flavor, semoule de maïs can add a unique texture and taste to your favorite recipes. It is also gluten-free, making it an excellent alternative for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease. Whether you're cooking up a comforting bowl of polenta or creating a flavorful couscous salad, semoule de maïs is a must-have ingredient in any well-stocked pantry.

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