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Is céréale biscuitée vegan?

Céréale biscuitée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is céréale biscuitée?

Céréale biscuitée, also known as toasted cereal, is a versatile ingredient commonly used in baking and cooking. This wholesome ingredient is made by roasting a variety of grains, such as oats, wheat, and barley, until they turn golden brown and develop a nutty, toasty flavor. Céréale biscuitée adds a satisfying crunch and depth of flavor to breakfast cereals, granolas, energy bars, and bread recipes. It is also a great way to add a healthy boost to your meals, as it is high in fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates. Try using céréale biscuitée in your recipes to add a delicious and nutritious touch.

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