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Is harina vegan?

Harina is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harina?

Harina is a versatile and essential ingredient in Latin American and Spanish cuisine. This finely ground flour is typically made from wheat, corn, or other grains and is used to make a variety of delicious dishes, such as tortillas, tamales, empanadas, and bread. Harina is perfect for creating savory or sweet recipes, depending on the type of flour used. With its neutral flavor, harina can be easily combined with other ingredients to create a wide range of textures and flavors. Whether you're making a traditional dish or experimenting with a new recipe, harina is an essential ingredient that can help you achieve the perfect taste and texture.

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