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Is riz long blanc étuvé vegan?

Riz long blanc étuvé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz long blanc étuvé?

"Riz long blanc étuvé" is a premium quality rice variety that is renowned for its delicate taste and exquisite texture. This long-grain rice is carefully steamed to perfection, resulting in a light and fluffy texture that is ideal for a wide range of culinary applications. With its pure white color and distinct aroma, "riz long blanc étuvé" is a popular choice for both traditional and modern dishes, adding depth and flavor to stir-fries, salads, and casseroles alike. Whether served as a side dish or used as the main ingredient, this rice variety is sure to elevate any meal to the next level.

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