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Is frutos de casca rija vegan?

Frutos de casca rija is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is frutos de casca rija?

Frutos de casca rija, also known as "hard-shelled fruits," are a group of nutrient-dense food ingredients that come from trees and shrubs. They are characterized by their tough outer shells or husks, which protect the edible kernel or seed inside. Some of the most popular frutos de casca rija include almonds, walnuts, pistachios, and cashews, all of which are rich in healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. These ingredients are commonly used in a variety of culinary applications, from baking and snacking to salads and sauces, and are prized for their delicious taste, texture, and nutritional value.

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