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Is cresson de fontaine vegan?

Cresson de fontaine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cresson de fontaine?

Cresson de fontaine, also known as watercress, is a leafy green vegetable with a distinct peppery taste. This aquatic plant is commonly found in freshwater streams and pools, and its crisp, succulent leaves are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as calcium and iron. Watercress is often used in salads and sandwiches, and its zesty flavor makes it a popular garnish for soups and stews. This versatile ingredient is also a common ingredient in traditional French cuisine, where it is used to add a burst of flavor and a vibrant pop of color to a variety of dishes.

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