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Are sunflower 'seeds vegan?

Sunflower 'seeds is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sunflower 'seeds?

Sunflower seeds are the edible fruits of sunflowers, which are native to North America. These small, flat, oval-shaped seeds are a popular ingredient in many cuisines and are widely consumed as a healthy snack. Sunflower seeds are packed with nutrients like protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and are a great source of healthy fats. They can be enjoyed roasted or raw, and are often used in baking, cooking, and as a topping for salads and other dishes. With their delicious nutty flavor and impressive nutritional profile, sunflower seeds are a versatile ingredient that can add a healthy and flavorful touch to any meal or snack.

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