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Is chicorée% vegan?

Chicorée% is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chicorée%?

Chicorée, also known as endive or witloof, is a leafy vegetable with a distinctive bitter flavor and crisp texture. This ingredient is a member of the daisy family and is characterized by its elongated, cone-shaped head with tightly packed leaves. Chicorée is often eaten raw in salads, or cooked as a side dish. It is a low-calorie ingredient, rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. Chicorée is also known for its health benefits, as it has been linked to improved digestion, reduced inflammation, and lower cholesterol levels. With its unique flavor and nutritional value, chicorée is a versatile ingredient that can add depth and complexity to any dish.

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