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Are puffed cereals vegan?

Puffed cereals is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is puffed cereals?

Puffed cereals are light, airy, and crunchy grains that have been subjected to high heat and pressure to create a unique texture. They are typically made from grains like rice, wheat, or corn and are often used in breakfast cereals, snacks, and granola bars. Puffed cereals are low in fat and calories and can be a great source of carbohydrates and fiber. They are a popular choice for those looking for a quick and healthy breakfast or snack, as they are easy to digest and provide a satisfying crunch. Puffed cereals come in a variety of flavors and can be enjoyed on their own or mixed with other ingredients to create tasty and nutritious treats.

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