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Are kokoschips vegan?

Kokoschips is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kokoschips?

Kokoschips, also known as coconut chips, are a delicious and versatile food ingredient that can add a touch of tropical flavor and crunch to any dish. Made from thin slices of fresh coconut meat that are lightly roasted or toasted, kokoschips are a healthy and nutrient-rich addition to snacks, desserts, and main courses alike. They are naturally gluten-free, vegan, and low in carbs, making them a perfect choice for anyone looking to follow a healthy diet. Kokoschips can be used in a variety of ways, including as a topping for smoothie bowls and salads, a crunchy addition to baked goods, or simply enjoyed as a satisfying snack on their own.

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