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Is en semoule vegan?

En semoule is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is en semoule?

"En semoule" is a French term that refers to a type of wheat flour that is commonly used in North African and Middle Eastern cuisine. The flour is made by coarsely grinding durum wheat into small grains or pellets, which can then be used to make a variety of dishes, such as couscous, pasta, and semolina cake. With its slightly nutty flavor and grainy texture, "en semoule" adds a unique taste and texture to dishes. It is also a good source of protein, fiber, and essential nutrients like iron and B vitamins. Whether boiled, fried, or baked, "en semoule" is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that can enhance any meal.

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