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Is almond milk unsweetened vegan?

Almond milk unsweetened is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is almond milk unsweetened?

Almond milk unsweetened is a plant-based alternative to regular milk, made from finely ground almonds and water. It has a creamy texture and a slightly nutty flavour that pairs well with coffee, cereal or smoothies. Unlike sweetened almond milk, this variety contains no added sugars, preservatives or artificial flavours, making it a healthier option for those watching their sugar intake. It's also suitable for vegans, lactose intolerant individuals or anyone looking for a dairy-free milk option. Almond milk unsweetened is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes, from baked goods to soups and sauces.

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