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Is de la noix de grenoble vegan?

De la noix de grenoble is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de la noix de grenoble?

De la noix de Grenoble, also known as English walnuts or Persian walnuts, are a type of tree nut that is native to the regions of Southeast Europe and West Asia. They have a hard, wrinkled shell that encases a delicious, buttery nutmeat with a slightly bitter taste. These nuts are a great source of healthy fats, protein, and fiber, making them a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes and snacks. Whether you're using them as a crunchy topping for salads or baked goods, or simply snacking on them raw, de la noix de Grenoble is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds flavor and texture to any recipe.

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