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Is fiocchi di cereali vegan?

Fiocchi di cereali is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fiocchi di cereali?

Fiocchi di cereali is an Italian term that translates to "cereal flakes" in English. These small, thin flakes are made from a variety of grains, including oats, wheat, barley, and corn. They are commonly used in breakfast cereals and granola, as well as in baked goods like bread and muffins. Fiocchi di cereali are a versatile ingredient that add texture and flavor to dishes, and are often touted for their health benefits due to their high fiber and nutrient content. Whether enjoyed as a crunchy topping or mixed into a recipe, fiocchi di cereali are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal.

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