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Is havrekli vegan?

Havrekli is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is havrekli?

Havrekli is a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that is widely used in Scandinavian cuisine. It is essentially oat bran, which is the outer layer of the oat grain, and is packed with fiber, protein, and essential minerals such as iron and zinc. Havrekli's nutty flavor and satisfying texture make it an excellent addition to breakfast cereals, breads, and even meatballs. Its high fiber content also makes it a popular choice for those looking to improve their digestive health or manage their blood sugar levels. So, whether you're a health-conscious cook or a lover of Scandinavian cuisine, havrekli is definitely an ingredient worth adding to your pantry.

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