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Is erwtenvezel vegan?

Erwtenvezel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is erwtenvezel?

Erwtenvezel is a food ingredient derived from peas, a legume known for its nutritional benefits. It is a type of dietary fiber that is often added to food products to boost their fiber content. Erwtenvezel has a slightly sweet taste and a fine texture that makes it easy to incorporate into recipes without altering the overall flavor or texture of the food. It is a popular ingredient in low-carb, high-fiber diets and can help support digestive health by promoting regularity and reducing inflammation. Additionally, erwtenvezel is gluten-free and low in calories, making it an excellent choice for those with dietary restrictions.

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