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Are harinas vegan?

Harinas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harinas?

Harinas is a Spanish term that translates to "flours" in English. It refers to a variety of powdery substances made by grinding grains, legumes, or nuts. Harinas are a versatile ingredient used in the preparation of a range of dishes, from bread and pastries to thickening sauces and soups. The most common harinas include wheat flour, cornmeal, chickpea flour, almond flour, and rice flour. Each type of harina has unique properties that make it suitable for specific culinary purposes. For instance, wheat flour is perfect for making bread, while cornmeal is commonly used in the preparation of tortillas and tamales.

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