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Is des flocons d'avoine vegan?

Des flocons d'avoine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is des flocons d'avoine?

Des flocons d'avoine, also known as oat flakes, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can add texture and wholesome goodness to a variety of dishes. These flattened grains of oats are a great source of heart-healthy soluble fiber and protein, as well as a range of vitamins and minerals. They can be used in everything from breakfast porridge to baked goods, granola, and even meatloaf or veggie burgers. With their nutty flavor and satisfying crunch, des flocons d'avoine are a must-have pantry staple for any health-conscious home cook looking to add some whole-grain goodness to their diet.

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