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Is cashewpähkinä vegan?

Cashewpähkinä is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cashewpähkinä?

Cashewpähkinä is a Finnish term for the popular nut known as cashew. This kidney-shaped nut boasts a soft, creamy texture and mild, sweet flavor that makes it a versatile ingredient in savory dishes or sweet treats. Cashews are an excellent source of healthy fats, protein, and essential minerals like copper, magnesium, and zinc. Whether you sprinkle them on top of your oatmeal, toss them in your salad, or blend them into a creamy dip or sauce, cashewpähkinä adds both flavor and nutrition to your meals. Try them roasted, salted, spiced, or raw to experience their delightful crunch and delicate taste.

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