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Is lentille rouge vegan?

Lentille rouge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lentille rouge?

Lentille Rouge, also known as red lentils, are a type of legume that originated in South Asia and are widely cultivated in the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. These small, lens-shaped beans are a rich source of protein, fiber, iron, and other essential nutrients. They have a mildly sweet and nutty flavor, and a soft texture that makes them perfect for soups, stews, curries, and salads. Lentille Rouge is also easy to cook and takes less time to prepare than other lentil varieties. With its vibrant color and exceptional nutritional value, Lentille Rouge is a delicious and healthy addition to any diet.

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