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Are ruis vegan?

Ruis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ruis?

Ruis is a Finnish word for rye, a hardy and nutritious cereal grain that has been a staple food in Northern and Eastern Europe for centuries. Rye has a distinctive, earthy flavor and a dense, chewy texture that makes it perfect for hearty breads, porridges, and crackers. Ruis is high in fiber, protein, and essential minerals like iron, magnesium, and zinc, making it a healthy and filling addition to any meal. In addition to its nutritional benefits, rye has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help regulate blood sugar levels. Whether you're looking to add some variety to your diet or simply enjoy the unique taste of rye, ruis is a versatile and flavorful ingredient to have on hand.

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