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Is nötter vegan?

Nötter is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is nötter?

Nötter is the Swedish word for "nuts" and refers to a variety of edible seeds or fruits that are encased in a hard outer shell. Nötter are commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes, and are an excellent source of healthy fats, protein, fiber, and essential nutrients such as vitamin E, magnesium, and selenium. From rich and buttery macadamia nuts to crunchy and earthy walnuts, nötter come in a range of flavors and textures that can add depth and complexity to any recipe. Whether you're snacking on them raw, roasting them for a homemade trail mix, or incorporating them into your favorite dishes, nötter are a delicious and nutritious addition to any diet.

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