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Is du du soja vegan?

Du du soja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du du soja?

Du Du Soja, also known as soybean cake, is a versatile ingredient made from the solid residue left over after extracting soy milk. It has a firm texture and a nutty flavor that makes it a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan dishes. Du Du Soja is an excellent source of plant-based protein and is also rich in fiber, calcium, and other important nutrients. Due to its high protein content, it can be used as a meat substitute in a variety of dishes, including stir-fries, stews, and salads. It is a staple ingredient in many East Asian cuisines and is becoming increasingly popular in Western countries as well.

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