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Is almendra vegan?

Almendra is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is almendra?

Almendra is the Spanish word for almond, a nutritious and versatile tree nut that is widely used in culinary applications around the world. These oval-shaped nuts have a hard outer shell that must be removed to reveal the edible kernel inside. Almendras can be eaten raw, roasted, or blanched, and are commonly used in baking, confectionery, and snack foods. They are a rich source of healthy fats, protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making them a popular choice for those seeking a healthy and satisfying snack. Almendras can also be ground into flour or processed into almond milk, butter, or oil, making them a staple ingredient in many plant-based and gluten-free recipes.

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