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Is avoine complet vegan?

Avoine complet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is avoine complet?

"Avoine complet" is the French term for whole grain oats. These oats have been minimally processed, leaving the bran, germ, and endosperm intact. As a result, they are a rich source of dietary fiber, protein, and essential nutrients such as iron, magnesium, and vitamin B. Whole grain oats have a nutty flavor and a satisfying chewy texture, making them a versatile ingredient for breakfast, baking, and savory dishes. They can be used to make oatmeal, granola, cookies, and even meat substitutes like oatmeal burgers. Incorporating "avoine complet" into your diet is an easy way to boost your fiber intake and support overall health.

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