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Is haruka vegan?

Haruka is a type of rice that is highly regarded in Japan for its unique flavor and texture. Grown in the fertile soils of Niigata prefecture, it is characterized by its high water absorption, which results in a fluffy, slightly sweet taste. The grains are also known for their glossy appearance and rich aroma. Haruka is versatile in the kitchen and is perfect for making sushi, onigiri, or as a side dish. Its superior quality and delicious taste make it a popular choice among chefs and food enthusiasts alike.

Haruka is a vegan food ingredient.

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