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Is grainés de sésame vegan?

Grainés de sésame is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grainés de sésame?

Grainés de sésame, also known as sesame seeds, are small, oval-shaped seeds that are commonly used in cooking and baking. These tiny seeds have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor that adds a unique crunch to any dish. Sesame seeds are often toasted before use to enhance their flavor and aroma. They are a rich source of nutrients, including fiber, protein, and healthy fats. In addition to their culinary uses, sesame seeds are also used in traditional medicine for their potential health benefits. Incorporating grainés de sésame into your diet can not only elevate the taste of your meals but also offer several health benefits.

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