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Are son de mais vegan?

Son de mais is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is son de mais?

Sourced from the heart of Latin America, "son de maíz" is a finely ground flour made from dried corn kernels. This traditional ingredient has a delicate, earthy flavor and a slightly gritty texture, making it a versatile addition to many recipes. It's a staple ingredient in many Latin American dishes such as tortillas, tamales, and pupusas, as well as a gluten-free alternative for baking. Its rich nutritional profile includes fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals, making it a nutritious and wholesome ingredient for any cuisine. Incorporate "son de maíz" into your next meal for a taste of authentic Latin American cuisine.

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