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Is flocons de seigle vegan?

Flocons de seigle is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocons de seigle?

Flocons de seigle is a French term that translates to "rye flakes" in English. Rye flakes are made from whole rye berries that are steamed, rolled, and then dried, resulting in flat, irregularly shaped flakes. They have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor and a chewy texture that can add a hearty and wholesome element to your meals. Rye flakes are a great source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are commonly used in baked goods, hot cereals, and savory dishes. They can also be used as a crunchy topping for salads or yogurt bowls. Incorporating flocons de seigle into your diet can add a unique and nutritious twist to your meals.

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