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Is pois chiches cuit vegan?

Pois chiches cuit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pois chiches cuit?

Pois chiches cuit, also known as cooked chickpeas, is a versatile and nutrient-dense legume that has been a staple ingredient in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine for centuries. These small, creamy-colored beans have a mild, nutty flavor and a firm texture that holds up well in soups, stews, salads, and dips like hummus. Packed with protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, pois chiches cuit make a healthy addition to any meal or snack. Whether tossed into a salad, blended into a dip, or sautéed with herbs and spices, cooked chickpeas are a flavorful and filling ingredient that can elevate any dish.

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