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Is harina de garrofín vegan?

Harina de garrofín is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harina de garrofín?

Harina de garrofín, also known as chickpea flour, is a versatile and gluten-free ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Made by grinding dried chickpeas, this fine yellowish flour has a nutty and slightly sweet flavor that pairs well with savory dishes. It's a great substitute for wheat flour in recipes such as flatbreads, fritters, and savory pancakes. Additionally, it's a good source of protein, fiber, and essential minerals like iron and magnesium, making it a healthy addition to any diet. Try using harina de garrofín in your cooking to add flavor and nutrition to your meals.

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