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Is flocon d'avoine vegan?

Flocon d'avoine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocon d'avoine?

Flocon d'avoine is a French term that refers to oat flakes, a type of cereal grain that has been processed by flattening and rolling the whole oat groat. These flakes have a slightly nutty and sweet flavor and a slightly chewy texture that makes them perfect for a wide range of culinary applications. Flocon d'avoine is highly nutritious and is an excellent source of dietary fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. This ingredient is commonly used in breakfast cereals, granola bars, cookies, and bread, and it is a popular ingredient in many health-conscious recipes due to its many health benefits.

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