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Is hernekuitu vegan?

Hernekuitu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hernekuitu?

Hernekuitu is a Finnish term for pea fiber, a plant-based food ingredient that is gaining popularity in the food industry due to its nutritional value and versatility. Made from the outer layer of peas, hernekuitu is a rich source of dietary fiber, protein, and micronutrients, making it a healthy addition to various foods and recipes. Its fine, white powder texture makes it easy to mix into different food products, such as bread, pasta, and snacks, without altering their taste or appearance. Hernekuitu is also known for its functional properties, such as water-holding capacity and emulsification, which enhance the texture and stability of food products.

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