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Is semoule deblédur vegan?

Semoule deblédur is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semoule deblédur?

Semoule deblédur is a popular ingredient in North African cuisine, particularly in Moroccan and Algerian dishes. Made from hard wheat, it is a coarse flour that has been milled and sifted to remove the bran and germ. The resulting granules have a sandy texture and a nutty flavor that is both subtle and distinct. Semoule deblédur is used in a variety of dishes, such as couscous, tabbouleh, and savory cakes, and it can be cooked as a side dish or used as a base for stews and tagines. It is a versatile ingredient that adds texture and flavor to many dishes and is an essential element in the cuisine of North Africa.

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