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Are nozes vegan?

Nozes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nozes?

Nuts are a delicious and versatile food ingredient that adds a rich flavor and crunch to any dish. Among the different types of nuts, "nozes" stand out for their distinctive shape and flavor. These small, oval-shaped nuts have a smooth, creamy texture and a slightly sweet taste that makes them perfect for both sweet and savory recipes. They are rich in healthy fats, proteins, and fiber, making them a nutritious ingredient that can boost your energy levels and keep you feeling full for longer. Whether you use them as a topping for salads and yogurt bowls, in baked goods, or as a snack on their own, "nozes" are a delicious and wholesome addition to any diet.

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