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Is gepuffter amaranth vegan?

Gepuffter amaranth is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gepuffter amaranth?

Gepuffter amaranth is a highly nutritious food ingredient that is gaining popularity in health-conscious circles. Amaranth is a gluten-free pseudo-cereal that has been cultivated for thousands of years in Central and South America. Gepuffter amaranth is created by heating the small amaranth seeds until they "pop" like popcorn, resulting in a light and crunchy texture with a nutty flavor. It is a great source of protein, fiber, and essential amino acids, making it a perfect addition to any diet. It can be used in a variety of dishes, including granola, energy bars, and as a topping for salads or yogurt.

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