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Is du seigle vegan?

Du seigle is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du seigle?

Du seigle, which translates to "rye" in English, is a type of cereal grain that is closely related to wheat and barley. This hardy and versatile grain is a staple in many European countries, where it is commonly used to make bread, crackers, and other baked goods. With its distinctive nutty flavor and dense texture, rye is a great choice for hearty, filling dishes. It is also a good source of fiber and other important nutrients, making it a nutritious addition to any meal. Whether you're looking to add some variety to your baking repertoire or simply want to try a new ingredient, du seigle is definitely worth a try!.

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