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Is cerneaux de noi vegan?

Cerneaux de noi is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cerneaux de noi?

Cerneaux de noix, a French term for "walnut kernels," are the meaty, flavorful portions of the walnut nut that are removed from their hard outer shell. These delicious morsels are prized for their rich, nutty taste and satisfying crunch, making them a popular ingredient in a variety of sweet and savory dishes. Whether used as a topping for salads or yogurt, folded into baked goods, or simply enjoyed on their own as a healthy snack, cerneaux de noix add a unique and delicious flavor to any dish. Plus, they're packed with nutrients like protein, fiber, and healthy fats, making them a great addition to any diet.

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