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Are sojas vegan?

Sojas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sojas?

Sojas are a versatile food ingredient made from defatted soy flour. With a high protein content, sojas are a popular choice for vegetarian and vegan diets as they provide an excellent source of plant-based protein. Sojas can be used in a wide range of dishes, from baked goods to meat substitutes, and they have a neutral taste that allows them to take on the flavor of other ingredients. They are also a good source of dietary fiber, iron, and calcium, making them a nutritious addition to any meal. Sojas are a sustainable and environmentally friendly ingredient, as they require less land, water, and resources to produce compared to animal-based proteins.

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