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Is flageolets verts extra fin vegan?

Flageolets verts extra fin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flageolets verts extra fin?

Flageolets verts extra fin is a type of small, pale green bean that is native to France. They are delicate and tender, with a slightly nutty flavor that is often described as buttery. Flageolets are a popular ingredient in French cuisine, particularly in classic dishes like cassoulet and ratatouille. The "extra fin" designation refers to the fact that these beans are carefully selected for their thinness and tenderness, making them ideal for quick cooking and retaining their delicate texture. Flageolets verts extra fin are a versatile and flavorful ingredient that can add depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes.

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