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Is avoine ' vegan?

Avoine ' is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is avoine '?

"Avoine" is a French word for "oat," a versatile and nutrient-dense grain widely used in various culinary applications. With its mild, earthy flavor and chewy texture, avoine can be used as a base for porridges, baked goods, granolas, and even savory dishes. Loaded with fiber, protein, iron, and other vital nutrients, avoine is an excellent source of sustained energy and has been linked to numerous health benefits, including improved digestion, heart health, and blood sugar control. Whether in its whole form, steel-cut, or rolled oats, avoine is a staple ingredient that adds both nutrition and depth of flavor to many dishes.

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