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Is horchata de chufa vegan?

Horchata de chufa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is horchata de chufa?

Horchata de chufa is a creamy, sweet, and refreshing beverage that hails from Spain. Made from ground tiger nuts, which are not actually nuts but small root vegetables, this dairy-free and gluten-free drink has a distinct nutty flavor with hints of cinnamon and vanilla. Horchata de chufa is typically served cold over ice and is a popular summertime drink in Spain and Latin America. It's also a great alternative to milk-based beverages for those with lactose intolerance or other dietary restrictions. With its unique taste and nutritional benefits, horchata de chufa is a delicious and healthy addition to any menu.

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