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Is nisujahu vegan?

Nisujahu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nisujahu?

Nisujahu is a Finnish term that translates to wheat flour in English. It is a fine, powdery substance made by grinding wheat kernels into a flour-like consistency. Wheat flour is a staple ingredient in many traditional Finnish dishes, such as rye bread, pulla (sweet rolls), and karjalanpiirakka (Karelian pies). Nisujahu is also a versatile ingredient in baking, as it provides structure and texture to baked goods like cakes, cookies, and pastries. Additionally, it is a good source of carbohydrates and nutrients such as fiber, protein, and B vitamins. With its neutral flavor and wide range of uses, nisujahu is a must-have ingredient in every Finnish pantry.

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