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Is granos de sesamo vegan?

Granos de sesamo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is granos de sesamo?

Granos de sesamo, also known as sesame seeds, are small, oval-shaped seeds that have a nutty flavor and a delicate crunch. They come in various colors, including white, black, and brown, and are widely used in cuisines around the world. These tiny yet mighty seeds are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, and zinc, making them a nutritious addition to any dish. From sprinkling on top of bread or salad to adding to stir-fries or baked goods, granos de sesamo are a versatile ingredient that can enhance both the flavor and nutritional value of your meals.

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