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Is chips de coco vegan?

Chips de coco is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chips de coco?

Chips de coco are thin slices of dried coconut that have been lightly toasted to create a delicious and crunchy snack. These chips are made from fresh coconut meat, which is sliced into thin pieces and then dried to preserve its natural flavor and nutrients. Unlike traditional potato chips, chips de coco are a healthy snack option, as they are naturally gluten-free, low in calories, and high in fiber. Their sweet and nutty flavor makes them a perfect addition to granola, trail mix, and even salads. Whether you're looking for a guilt-free snack or a new ingredient to add to your recipes, chips de coco are a versatile and delicious choice.

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