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Is mandelblättchen vegan?

Mandelblättchen is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mandelblättchen?

Mandelblättchen, also known as almond flakes, are a popular ingredient in German and Austrian cuisine. These delicate, paper-thin flakes are made by slicing whole almonds into thin, flat pieces. With their distinct nutty flavor and delicate crunch, Mandelblättchen are a versatile ingredient that can be used to add texture and flavor to a variety of dishes, from baked goods to salads and savory dishes. They are often used as a topping for desserts like cakes and pastries, or as a crunchy addition to muesli and granola. With their unique texture and flavor, Mandelblättchen are a must-try for any almond lover.

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