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Are roasted nibbed hazelnuts vegan?

Roasted nibbed hazelnuts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is roasted nibbed hazelnuts?

Roasted nibbed hazelnuts are a delicious and crunchy ingredient that adds a nutty flavor and a satisfying crunch to any dish. These small pieces of hazelnuts have been lightly roasted to enhance their natural nuttiness and give them a slightly toasted flavor. The nibbed hazelnuts are perfect for baking, adding to granola or muesli, sprinkling on salads, or topping yogurt or ice cream. They're also a great addition to savory dishes like roasted vegetables, stir-fries, and pasta dishes. Packed with protein, healthy fats, and essential nutrients, roasted nibbed hazelnuts are a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can elevate any dish.

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