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Is riz de camargue vegan?

Riz de camargue is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz de camargue?

Riz de Camargue, also known as Camargue rice, is a distinct variety of rice grown in the Camargue region of southern France. This medium-grain rice is renowned for its unique flavor, nutty aroma, and firm texture. Its cultivation in the salty, marshy terrain of the Camargue gives it a natural saltiness and enhances its flavor. Riz de Camargue is also notable for its vibrant red-brown hue, which is a result of its unpolished outer layer. Rich in nutrients, this rice is a healthy alternative to traditional white rice and is often used in Mediterranean cuisine, particularly in dishes like paella and risotto.

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