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Is leinsaat geschrotet vegan?

Leinsaat geschrotet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is leinsaat geschrotet?

Leinsaat geschrotet is a German term that refers to ground flaxseeds, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, lignans, and fiber. These tiny, golden-brown seeds have a nutty flavor and can be added to smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal, or baked goods for a boost of nutrition. The process of "schroten" involves cracking the seeds to make their nutrients more easily absorbed by the body. Leinsaat geschrotet is a popular ingredient among health-conscious individuals looking to increase their intake of essential fatty acids and promote digestive health. It's also a vegan and gluten-free alternative to traditional baking ingredients.

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