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Are toasted hazelnuts vegan?

Toasted hazelnuts is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is toasted hazelnuts?

Toasted hazelnuts are a crunchy and flavorful ingredient that can add a delicious nutty taste to any dish. The hazelnuts are first roasted to bring out their natural oils and enhance their aroma, resulting in a rich and nutty flavor profile. The toasting process also adds a pleasant crunchiness to the hazelnuts, making them a versatile ingredient that can be used in both sweet and savory recipes. Toasted hazelnuts are a great addition to salads, baked goods, or as a topping for ice cream. They are also a popular ingredient in many types of spreads, such as Nutella or homemade hazelnut butter.

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