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Is kaurajauho vegan?

Kaurajauho is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kaurajauho?

Kaurajauho, also known as oat flour, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that is becoming increasingly popular in the culinary world. Made from finely ground whole oats, kaurajauho is rich in fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates, making it an excellent choice for those looking for a healthier alternative to traditional wheat flour. Its nutty flavor and light texture make it a great addition to a variety of recipes, from baked goods like bread and muffins to savory dishes like meatballs and pancakes. With its numerous health benefits and delicious taste, kaurajauho is a must-have ingredient for any health-conscious home cook.

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