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Are pistachio nuts vegan?

Pistachio nuts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pistachio nuts?

Pistachio nuts are a small, deliciously creamy, and slightly sweet nut that is a member of the cashew family. These nuts are commonly used in sweet and savory dishes, and their unique taste and texture make them a popular choice for everything from ice cream to baked goods. Pistachios are known for their bright green color, and their shells are often used for decorative purposes. They are also a rich source of protein, fiber, healthy fats, and essential nutrients, making them an ideal addition to any balanced diet. Whether you eat them as a snack or incorporate them into your cooking, pistachios are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

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