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Is hojuelas de avena vegan?

Hojuelas de avena is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hojuelas de avena?

Hojuelas de avena, also known as oat flakes, are a nutritious and versatile ingredient commonly used in breakfast dishes, baked goods, and snacks. Made by steaming and flattening whole oat grains, these flakes retain all the fiber, protein, and vitamins of the original grain, making them a wholesome addition to any meal. Their nutty and slightly sweet flavor adds a pleasant crunch to granola bars, muffins, and cookies, while their ability to absorb liquid makes them perfect for creating creamy and hearty oatmeal bowls. High in fiber and low in fat, hojuelas de avena are a healthy and delicious ingredient that can be enjoyed in countless ways.

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