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Are granos de cafe tostados vegan?

Granos de cafe tostados is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is granos de cafe tostados?

Granos de café tostados, or roasted coffee beans, are a versatile and flavorful ingredient used in many culinary applications. These small, dark brown beads of a coffee plant's seed offer a complex aroma and taste profile that can range from nutty and chocolaty to floral and fruity, depending on the roast level and origin. Rich in antioxidants, caffeine, and essential oils, coffee beans can be ground and brewed into a potent cup of coffee, or crushed and incorporated into sweet and savory dishes such as cakes, rubs, marinades, and mole sauces for an exquisite touch of bitterness and umami.

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