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Is common hazelnut vegan?

Common hazelnut is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is common hazelnut?

Common hazelnuts, also known as filberts, are small, round nuts that grow on the hazel tree. They have a hard, smooth outer shell that encases a rich, flavorful kernel with a slightly sweet, nutty taste. These versatile nuts can be enjoyed raw, roasted, or ground into a paste to make spreads like Nutella or used in baking for added texture and flavor. Hazelnuts are packed with various nutrients like vitamins B and E, iron, and healthy fats, making them a great addition to a balanced diet. They're also a popular ingredient in many traditional desserts and savory dishes around the world.

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