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Is haselnussmark vegan?

Haselnussmark is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is haselnussmark?

Hazelnussmark, also known as hazelnut paste or hazelnut puree, is a smooth and creamy ingredient made by grinding roasted hazelnuts until they form a dense, spreadable consistency. This rich and nutty paste is often used as a flavoring in baked goods such as cakes, cookies, and pastries, as well as in confectionery and chocolate. Hazelnussmark is a great source of protein, healthy fats, and dietary fiber, and its unique flavor can add depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from savory sauces to sweet desserts. This versatile ingredient is a must-have for any serious baker or gourmet cook looking to elevate their culinary creations.

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