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Is kreeka pähklid vegan?

Kreeka pähklid is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kreeka pähklid?

Kreeka pähklid, also known as Greek nuts or commonly referred to as walnuts, are one of the most nutritious and versatile nuts used in a variety of recipes worldwide. These medium-sized, round-shaped nuts have a hard outer shell that encases the edible kernel inside. The kernels have a rich, buttery texture and a slightly sweet taste with a hint of bitterness. Kreeka pähklid are highly regarded for their numerous health benefits, including being high in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and improving brain function. They are a perfect addition to salads, baked goods, and can be eaten on their own as a healthy snack.

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