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Is semoule de ble dur complet vegan?

Semoule de ble dur complet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semoule de ble dur complet?

Semoule de blé dur complet is a coarse flour made from whole-grain durum wheat. It is commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine as a base for savory dishes like couscous, tabbouleh, and pilaf. This nutty and earthy ingredient is rich in fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates, making it a healthy and filling addition to any meal. With its versatile texture and subtle flavor, semoule de blé dur complet can be incorporated into a wide range of recipes, from hearty stews to light salads, offering a delicious and nutritious alternative to refined grains.

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