These yeast flakes from Bioreal contain vitamins, minerals and natural protein, essential for a healthy and balanced diet. It is used to season cold and warm dishes like salads, soups, vegetables, rice, to enhance their nutritional value. As the vital elements are sensitive to heat, it is recommended to not heat the flakes but simple sprinkle them on the cooked dish.
Origins : EU
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|Without added sugar|
|Peanut and nut free|
|Sesame seeds free|
Organic yeast (65%), organic rice flour, sea salt
|Value for 100g (g)|
|of which sugars||8|
|of which saturated||0,7|
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