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Is thaï riz noir vegan?

Thaï riz noir is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is thaï riz noir?

Thaï Riz Noir, also known as Thai black rice or forbidden rice, is an exotic and nutritious ingredient that originates from Southeast Asia. Its distinctive dark hue comes from its rich anthocyanin content, which is a type of antioxidant. This short-grain rice has a slightly nutty flavor and a chewy texture that makes it a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine, particularly in sweet dishes such as rice pudding and cakes. Thaï Riz Noir is also a healthier alternative to white rice as it is higher in fiber, iron, and protein. Its unique color and health benefits make it a trendy ingredient in the culinary world.

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