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Is havreflingor vegan?

Havreflingor is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is havreflingor?

Havreflingor, also known as oat flakes, are a popular ingredient used in many cuisines worldwide. They are made from whole oats that have been steamed and then flattened into thin flakes. Havreflingor are known for their nutty and slightly sweet flavor, and their versatility in cooking. They can be used in a wide range of dishes, from breakfast oatmeal to savory snacks and desserts. Havreflingor are also a great source of fiber and essential nutrients like iron and magnesium. Whether you're looking to add texture and flavor to your dishes or boost your daily nutrition, havreflingor are a delicious and nutritious choice.

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