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Are täysjyväruis vegan?

Täysjyväruis is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is täysjyväruis?

Täysjyväruis is a Finnish term that refers to whole grain rye, a nutrient-rich ingredient commonly used in Nordic cuisine. It is a type of rye flour that is made by grinding the entire rye berry, including the bran, germ, and endosperm. This results in a hearty and dense flour that is high in fiber, protein, and minerals such as iron and magnesium. Täysjyväruis is often used to make traditional Finnish breads like ruisleipä and korppu, as well as in savory dishes like soups and stews. Its distinct flavor and nutritional benefits make it a popular choice for health-conscious and environmentally conscious consumers alike.

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