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Are deavellanas vegan?

Deavellanas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is deavellanas?

Deavellanas, also known as hazelnuts, are a delicious and versatile nut that has been enjoyed for centuries. These small, round nuts have a sweet and nutty flavor and can be consumed raw or roasted. They are often used in baking, adding a crunchy texture to cookies, cakes, and pastries. Deavellanas also make a great addition to savory dishes like salads, pasta dishes, and roasted meats. Not only do they add a delicious flavor and texture, but they are also packed with nutrients like healthy fats, fiber, and antioxidants. Whether you enjoy them on their own, in a recipe, or as a garnish, deavellanas are a tasty and nutritious ingredient to include in your diet.

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