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Is graines de quinoa vegan?

Graines de quinoa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is graines de quinoa?

Quinoa seeds, also known as "graines de quinoa" in French, are small, round, and packed with nutrients. They are gluten-free, high in protein, fiber, and contain all nine essential amino acids. These tiny seeds have a slightly nutty flavor and a crunchy texture that adds a delightful dimension to salads, soups, and stews. Quinoa seeds come in different colors such as white, red, and black, each with its unique taste and nutritional profile. They are easy to prepare and make a great alternative to rice or couscous. Quinoa seeds are a versatile and healthy ingredient that can be used in various dishes to add flavor and nutrition.

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