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Is féculé de manioc vegan?

Féculé de manioc is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is féculé de manioc?

Féculé de manioc, also known as cassava flour, is a gluten-free and grain-free alternative to traditional wheat flour. It's made from the starchy root of the cassava plant and is commonly used in African, Caribbean, and Latin American cuisine. This versatile ingredient can be used for baking, cooking, and thickening sauces and soups. Cassava flour is rich in carbohydrates and has a slightly sweet, nutty flavor. It's also high in fiber, potassium, and vitamin C. With its unique taste profile and nutritional benefits, féculé de manioc is a must-try ingredient for those looking to diversify their culinary repertoire.

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