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Is aardnoot vegan?

Aardnoot is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aardnoot?

Aardnoot, also known as groundnut or peanut, is a popular food ingredient widely used in cuisines all over the world. This legume has a nutty flavor and a crunchy texture that makes it an excellent addition to both sweet and savory dishes. Aardnoot is packed with essential vitamins and minerals like protein, fiber, iron, and magnesium, making it an incredibly nutritious ingredient. It can be roasted, boiled, fried, or ground into flour, and used in a variety of recipes from peanut butter and sauces to stews and desserts. Whether enjoyed as a snack or incorporated into a meal, aardnoot offers a unique taste and nutritional benefits worth exploring.

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