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Is riz précuit vegan?

Riz précuit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz précuit?

Riz précuit, or pre-cooked rice, is a versatile and convenient ingredient that has been partially cooked before being packaged for sale. This process involves steaming or boiling the rice to a point where it is almost fully cooked, and then quickly cooling and packaging it to preserve its freshness. This allows for faster cooking times and ensures that the rice is evenly cooked and fluffy. Riz précuit is perfect for quick and easy meal preparation, making it a popular choice for busy households and restaurants. Its natural nutty flavor and soft texture make it a delicious addition to a variety of dishes, including stir-fries, salads, and casseroles.

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