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Are harina de habas vegan?

Harina de habas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harina de habas?

Harina de habas is a nutritious and versatile food ingredient made from roasted, ground fava beans. This gluten-free flour is a popular ingredient in many cuisines, including Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and North African. With a slightly nutty and earthy flavor, harina de habas can be used to add depth to soups, stews, and sauces or as a base for veggie burgers and falafel. Additionally, it's high in protein, fiber, and iron, making it an excellent choice for vegan and vegetarian diets. This ingredient is a great way to add a healthy and delicious twist to your recipes.

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