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Is de noix de cajou vegan?

De noix de cajou is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de noix de cajou?

De noix de cajou, also known as cashew nuts, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient used in many different types of cuisine. These kidney-shaped nuts have a creamy texture and a slightly sweet, buttery flavor that pairs well with both savory and sweet dishes. De noix de cajou are a rich source of protein, healthy fats, and essential minerals like copper, magnesium, and phosphorus. They can be enjoyed raw as a snack or roasted and salted for a crunchy and satisfying snack. In cooking, de noix de cajou can be used to add creaminess to vegan and dairy-free recipes, or ground into a flour for gluten-free baking.

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