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Is de la soya vegan?

De la soya is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de la soya?

"De la soya" is a high-protein legume that has been used in traditional Asian cuisine for centuries. Rich in essential amino acids, soybeans are a versatile ingredient with a nutty flavor and a slightly sweet taste. They can be transformed into tofu, tempeh, or soy milk, as well as added to soups, stews, salads, and stir-fries. Soy-based products are a popular meat substitute among vegetarians and vegans, as they offer a low-fat and cholesterol-free alternative to animal protein. Moreover, soybeans are a sustainable crop that requires less water and fewer pesticides than other crops, making them an eco-friendly choice for conscious consumers.

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