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Is arahide vegan?

Arahide is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arahide?

Arahide, also known as peanuts, is a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that is widely used in various cuisines worldwide. These small, creamy-colored legumes are rich in protein, fiber, healthy fats, and essential nutrients, such as vitamin E, folate, and magnesium. They have a unique nutty flavor and a crunchy texture, making them ideal for snacking, baking, cooking, and garnishing. Arahide can be roasted, boiled, fried, or ground into peanut butter, which is a popular spread and condiment. They are also a common ingredient in ethnic dishes like satay, peanut soup, and pad thai. Despite being technically a legume, arahide is classified as a nut due to its similar nutritional profile and flavor.

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