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Is riz sauvage noir vegan?

Riz sauvage noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is riz sauvage noir?

Riz sauvage noir, also known as black wild rice, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient with a distinct earthy flavor and slightly chewy texture. Native to North America, it is a type of long-grain rice that is dark in color due to its outer hull being left intact during processing. Black wild rice is high in fiber and protein, making it a great choice for vegetarian and vegan diets. It also contains antioxidants and essential minerals such as iron and magnesium. When cooked, it has a nutty aroma and pairs well with a variety of dishes, from salads and stir-fries to soups and stews.

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