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Is ærteprotein vegan?

Ærteprotein is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ærteprotein?

Ærteprotein, also known as pea protein, is a popular plant-based protein source that is derived from yellow peas. It's a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of food products, including meat alternatives, protein bars, and sports supplements. Pea protein has numerous benefits, such as being high in essential amino acids, easily digestible, and hypoallergenic. Additionally, it's environmentally friendly as it requires less water and land to produce compared to animal-based proteins. With its neutral taste and smooth texture, ærteprotein is perfect for those who want to add more protein to their diets while avoiding dairy or soy-based products.

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