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Is lentilles de corail vegan?

Lentilles de corail is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lentilles de corail?

Lentilles de corail, also known as coral lentils, are a type of legume that are small and round in shape, with a vibrant orange-red color that resembles coral. They are commonly used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean cuisines, and are a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan dishes due to their high protein and fiber content. Lentilles de corail have a mild, nutty flavor and a soft, creamy texture when cooked, making them a versatile ingredient that can be used in soups, stews, curries, and salads. They are also easy to cook and require no soaking, making them a convenient and healthy addition to any meal.

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