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Is nährhefe vegan?

Nährhefe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nährhefe?

Nährhefe, also known as nutritional yeast, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient commonly used in vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Made from a strain of yeast called Saccharomyces cerevisiae, nährhefe is packed with vitamins and minerals, including B-complex vitamins, zinc, and selenium. Its distinctive cheesy, nutty flavor makes it a popular dairy-free alternative to cheese in dishes like pasta, salads, and casseroles. Nährhefe is also a great source of protein and can be used as a seasoning or garnish on popcorn, roasted vegetables, and soups. With its many health benefits and delicious taste, nährhefe is a must-try for any health-conscious foodie.

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