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Is kahvijauhe vegan?

Kahvijauhe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kahvijauhe?

Kahvijauhe is a Finnish term that translates to "coffee powder." It is a fine, dry powder made from roasted coffee beans that have been ground to a fine consistency. Kahvijauhe is a versatile ingredient used in a wide range of dishes and beverages, including coffee drinks, cakes, and sauces. Its rich, aromatic flavor and strong caffeine content make it a popular choice for coffee lovers. Whether you prefer a bold, full-bodied brew or a milder, more nuanced flavor, kahvijauhe is an essential ingredient for any coffee connoisseur. Add it to your morning cup of coffee or use it to give your favorite baked goods a delicious coffee flavor.

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