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Is havervlok vegan?

Havervlok is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is havervlok?

Havervlok is a Dutch breakfast cereal made from rolled oats that provide a hearty and wholesome start to your day. The name "havervlok" translates to "oat flake," and it is essentially just that: whole grain rolled oats that have been lightly toasted for added flavor. Havervlok can be eaten on its own with milk or yogurt, or mixed with other ingredients such as fruit and nuts to create a delicious and nutritious breakfast bowl. It's a versatile and satisfying ingredient that is also gluten-free, making it an excellent choice for those with dietary restrictions.

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