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Are oat kernels vegan?

Oat kernels is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oat kernels?

Oat kernels are the whole, unprocessed grains of the oat plant that have been removed from their outer hulls. These versatile and nutritious kernels are a great source of dietary fiber, protein, and essential minerals like iron and zinc. They can be used to make hearty breakfast porridges, baked goods like bread and muffins, or added to salads for texture and nutrition. Oat kernels are also an excellent choice for those on a gluten-free diet as they are naturally gluten-free and do not contain any cross-contamination from other grains. Incorporate oat kernels into your diet for a delicious and healthy boost!.

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