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Is maiz amarillo vegan?

Maiz amarillo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maiz amarillo?

Maiz amarillo, also known as Peruvian yellow corn, is a staple ingredient in South American cuisine. This non-GMO corn variety has a bright yellow color and a slightly sweet, nutty flavor that sets it apart from other varieties of corn. It is commonly used to make masa for traditional dishes like tamales and arepas or ground into flour for baking. Maiz amarillo is also rich in fiber and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to any meal. Whether you're looking to add some vibrant color to your dish or a unique flavor profile, maiz amarillo is a versatile ingredient that will not disappoint.

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