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Is hazelnuts paste vegan?

Hazelnuts paste is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hazelnuts paste?

Hazelnut paste is a creamy and nutty ingredient made by blending roasted and ground hazelnuts until they become a smooth and spreadable consistency. With a rich and distinctive flavor, hazelnut paste is a popular ingredient in many desserts, especially those that involve chocolate. It's commonly used in fillings for chocolates, truffles, and pralines, as well as in spreads for bread, cakes, and pastries. Hazelnut paste is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds a delightful texture and taste to any recipe. Its natural sweetness and high healthy fats make it an excellent alternative to other spreads like butter and margarine.

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