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Are puffasztott rizs vegan?

Puffasztott rizs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is puffasztott rizs?

Puffasztott rizs, also known as puffed rice, is a popular food ingredient that has been used in a variety of dishes for decades. This light and crunchy cereal grain is made by heating rice kernels under high pressure until they expand and "pop," resulting in a crispy and airy texture. Puffasztott rizs is versatile and can be used in both sweet and savory dishes, from breakfast cereals to snacks and even in sushi. It's low in fat, gluten-free, and provides a satisfying crunch without adding excess calories. With its unique texture and flavor, puffasztott rizs is an essential ingredient to add to your pantry.

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