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Is de noix du brésil vegan?

De noix du brésil is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de noix du brésil?

De noix du Brésil, also known as Brazil nuts, are a type of nut that grows in the Amazon rainforest. These nuts are rich in selenium, an essential mineral that plays a vital role in supporting the immune system, regulating thyroid function, and protecting against oxidative damage. With their creamy texture and slightly sweet, nutty flavor, Brazil nuts are a popular snack and ingredient in various recipes. They can be enjoyed raw or roasted, chopped and sprinkled over salads or oatmeal, or blended into spreads, smoothies, and baked goods. De noix du Brésil is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds a unique twist to any dish.

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