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Is graine de tournesol vegan?

Graine de tournesol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graine de tournesol?

Graine de tournesol, also known as sunflower seeds, are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds crunch and flavor to many dishes. These small, flat, oval-shaped seeds are encased in a hard, black-and-white striped shell and have a mild, nutty taste. They are high in healthy fats, protein, fiber, and various vitamins and minerals, making them an excellent addition to a healthy diet. Graine de tournesol can be eaten raw, roasted, or used in cooking and baking, and are commonly found in trail mixes, salads, granolas, and bread. They are a popular snack food, enjoyed by both adults and children.

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