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Is haricots mogette de vendée vegan?

Haricots mogette de vendée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is haricots mogette de vendée?

Haricots mogette de Vendée, also known as Vendée white beans, are a traditional and high-quality ingredient hailing from the Vendée region in Western France. These beans are plump, creamy-white in color, and have a delicate texture that makes them ideal for a variety of dishes, from classic French cassoulets to hearty stews and soups. The mogette de Vendée is a versatile legume that can be cooked in many ways and is packed with nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. With their distinct flavor and appearance, these beans are a popular choice among chefs and foodies alike.

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