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Are sémoule maïs vegan?

Sémoule maïs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sémoule maïs?

Sémoule maïs, also known as corn semolina, is a finely ground flour made from dried corn kernels that have been soaked, cooked, and then dried again. This versatile ingredient is a staple in many cuisines, including North African, Mexican, and Italian. With its mildly sweet and nutty flavor, sémoule maïs is often used to make traditional dishes like polenta, couscous, and grits. It's also commonly used as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour in baking, and can add a deliciously unique texture to breads, cakes, and cookies. Whether you're a home cook or a professional chef, sémoule maïs is a must-have ingredient for your pantry.

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