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Is cosse de moutarde vegan?

Cosse de moutarde is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cosse de moutarde?

Cosse de moutarde, also known as mustard seed hulls, is a byproduct of the mustard seed milling process. These fibrous outer shells are separated from the seed during production and can be used for various purposes. Rich in fiber and protein, cosse de moutarde is often used as a feed supplement for livestock, as well as a natural fertilizer for crops. In addition, its high oil and protein content makes it a valuable ingredient in the production of biodiesel and industrial chemicals. With its versatility and eco-friendly properties, cosse de moutarde is an increasingly popular ingredient in sustainable agriculture and industry.

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