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Is harina de cacahuate vegan?

Harina de cacahuate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harina de cacahuate?

Harina de cacahuate, or peanut flour, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient made from finely ground roasted peanuts. It has a nutty and slightly sweet flavor that can enhance the taste of many dishes. With high protein content and low carbohydrate levels, it is an excellent alternative to traditional wheat flour for those following a gluten-free or low-carb diet. Peanut flour can be used as a thickener in sauces, added to smoothies or baked goods, or even used as a coating for meat or vegetables. Its unique properties make it a popular choice for health-conscious cooks and food enthusiasts alike.

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