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Is de pistache vegan?

De pistache is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de pistache?

"Pistache" is the French word for pistachio, a popular nut that originated from Central Asia and the Middle East. These small, oblong-shaped nuts have a hard, beige-colored shell that encases a delicious, creamy-green kernel. Pistaches are a versatile ingredient used in many cuisines around the world, from savory dishes like Middle Eastern rice pilafs to sweet treats like ice cream and macarons. They are also packed with nutrients, including protein, fiber, and healthy fats, making them a great addition to any balanced diet. Enjoyed both raw and roasted, de pistache adds a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and crunchy texture to a variety of dishes.

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