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Is mandlar vegan?

Mandlar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mandlar?

Mandlar, also known as almond in English, are a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that has been enjoyed for centuries. Mandlar is a type of tree nut that is native to the Middle East, but now cultivated worldwide. They are a rich source of protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamin E, magnesium, and other essential nutrients. Mandlar is commonly used in baking and confectionery to add a nutty and slightly sweet flavor and crunchy texture to dishes. They can also be used to make almond milk, almond butter, and almond flour. Mandlar has been linked to several health benefits, including improved heart health, weight management, and blood sugar control.

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