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Is pousse de soja vegan?

Pousse de soja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pousse de soja?

Pousse de soja, also known as soybean sprouts, are a highly nutritious ingredient commonly used in Asian cuisine. These sprouts are harvested from the soybean plant during the germination process, resulting in a crunchy and tender texture with a slightly sweet and nutty flavor. Packed with protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals, pousse de soja can be enjoyed raw in salads or sandwiches, stir-fried with other vegetables and meats, or added to soups and stews for an extra nutritional boost. Their versatility and health benefits make them a popular choice for health-conscious individuals looking to add variety and flavor to their diet.

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