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Is riz cru vegan?

Riz cru is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz cru?

Riz cru, also known as "uncooked rice" or "raw rice," is a versatile food ingredient that has been a staple in many cultures for centuries. Made from grains of rice that have not been polished or processed, riz cru has a nutty flavor and a slightly crunchy texture when cooked. It is often used in dishes like rice pudding or as a topping for salads and can also be ground into flour for use in baking. In addition to its culinary uses, riz cru has also been used in traditional medicine to treat ailments like diarrhea and stomach problems. With its unique flavor and health benefits, riz cru is a must-try ingredient for any adventurous home cook.

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